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- Sat Apr 23, 2011 8:55 am UTC
- Forum: Gaming
- Topic: Portal 2 : Princess No-Knees 3 : Jump Harder
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### Re: Portal 2

Some places in co-op that can be done slightly differently to the 'normal' way: In a room where you were meant to cover two walls in repulsion gel and bounce back and forth, I think I just jumped all the way up. There's the hard light room with the 5 portal achievement (chamber 3) with s...

- Thu Jan 20, 2011 12:22 pm UTC
- Forum: Coding
- Topic: Regexp to replace numbers outside of quotes
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### Re: Regexp to replace numbers outside of quotes

I don't know if it could be converted to sed, since it uses \G and look-aheads and such... also, sed by default reads through line by line, and this needs to be run across the entire file in one hit (otherwise triple-quotes are impossible to handle). sed actually has a fair amount of features that ...

- Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:50 pm UTC
- Forum: Coding
- Topic: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts
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### Re: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts

http://pleasingfungus.com/?ctm=RLE;Do_RLE._G-0,_Y-1._Remove_first_1.;bbbbrrbbbrrrrr:bggrgbyrgy|bbbbbbbbbrb:bggyrb|:|b:b;13;3;0; Here's my level: Run-length encoding on a string of B's and R's. Sample: BBBBBRR -> B5R2 -> B101R10 -> (1 is redundant) B01R0 -> BGYRY My solution is 100 parts (46 conveyo...

- Sat Jun 26, 2010 12:24 pm UTC
- Forum: Coding
- Topic: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts
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### Re: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts

Sorry for posting an incorrect solution earlier. The G/Y branch was meant to be a square higher (directly below the R/B), so that after going through the middle section the yellow would put it back into the loop. An updated solution that should hopefully be correct this time. B/Rs are more numerous ...

- Mon Jun 21, 2010 7:35 am UTC
- Forum: Coding
- Topic: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts
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### Re: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts

SLOW. http://i46.tinypic.com/1432de1.png ?lvl=23&code=y12:2f0;g11:1f0;y11:2f1;b10:8f2;q11:6f2;y11:7f3;p11:8f3;b11:9f2;p12:6f0;b12:7f2;r12:8f0;c12:9f2;c13:5f3;c13:6f0;c13:7f2;y13:8f3;c13:9f2;p14:6f3;i14:7f5;q14:8f3;q14:9f2;c14:10f3;q14:11f7;c14:12f3;c14:13f0;c15:6f2;c15:7f1;r15:10f3;p15:11f2;b15:...

- Sun Jun 20, 2010 5:58 am UTC
- Forum: Coding
- Topic: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts
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### Re: Manufactoria - Make Turing Machines with Conveyor Belts

Faster solution for robo-children: lvl=18&code=g12:3f3;p12:4f7;p14:11f3;i12:11f1;p9:4f7;p8:4f0;p8:5f0;p8:6f0;p8:7f0;p8:8f0;c8:3f2;c9:3f3;p8:10f3;p9:10f3;p10:10f3;c7:10f1;p8:9f6;c7:9f2;i12:10f7;p13:4f1;p11:4f1;p10:4f1;c16:3f0;p16:4f2;p16:5f2;p16:6f2;p16:7f2;p16:8f2;p16:9f2;p16:10f4;p16:11f3;c17:1...

- Fri Nov 06, 2009 3:13 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: What aspect of a fn causes integration by parts to fail
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### Re: What aspect of a fn causes integration by parts to fail

Yesila wrote:the classic [imath]\int e^x \sin(x) \, dx[/imath] class of problems where you do some integration by parts (twice) and get back the original integral, do some algebra and solve for the integral

A simpler (less error-prone) approach would be to differentiate it twice.

- Tue Aug 18, 2009 4:34 am UTC
- Forum: Coding
- Topic: Accuracy and Precision in Mathematica
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### Re: Accuracy and Precision in Mathematica

As far as I know, having a decimal point will make Mathematica stop using exact values (assumption made from Wolfram Alpha and my TI-89). Compare, for example, sin(pi/10) and sin(pi*0.1) on Wolfram Alpha.

- Fri Apr 24, 2009 3:34 pm UTC
- Forum: Logic Puzzles
- Topic: Balls and bags.
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### Re: Balls and bags.

Yes you can: For example take one of each possibility (bold = dropped): W W W W W B W B B W B W B B B B - you then get W W W W B W W B following the rules, of which half have the second as white (the assumption that the dropped ball is random is due to the dropping being accidental) ...

- Fri Apr 24, 2009 3:16 pm UTC
- Forum: Logic Puzzles
- Topic: Balls and bags.
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### Re: Balls and bags.

Gelsamel wrote:Isn't this a copy of that Child Gender problem?

Nope. Read the question more carefully. (You too, OP!)