Author: DarthJDG

Android 5.0 silent mode missing

The long awaited Android 5.0 update for my Galaxy S5 has finally arrived in an official update. I wasn’t impressed by the battery-sucking change to put a white background on everything, but hey, I’m adaptable, I can live with that.

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Assembly number guessing game

The re-write of the x86 Assembly version of NumGuess was long overdue. 15 years ago when I wrote the original code I didn’t think about standardisation or guidelines, just wanted to make it work. As the NumGuess project took off

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Android Studio vs Eclipse folder structure

With the recent stable release of Android Studio in December, it has replaced Eclipse as the standard Android development environment. All developers are advised to migrate to it, as the ADT Eclipse plugin will not be maintained and updated, and

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NumGuess JScript and VBScript

Two more NumGuess versions have been added bumping the total up to 39. This time it’s JScript and VBScript versions with complete Windows Script Host support. They can be run with cscript.exe for console, or wscript.exe for annoying pop up

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End of 2014 report

Another year has gone by and CodeBin blog is celebrating its second birthday today. Yay! I’d also like to wish all my readers a happy and prosperous new year! This is the usual recap of all that’s happened here. Apart

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NumGuess R Project contribution

NumGuess program #37 has arrived as an unexpected contribution by Gergely Daróczi, this time in the form of an R script. It’s very nice and clean code, paying great attention to the guideline from the start. The R language is

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Happy Holidays!

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all my readers merry Christmas and happy holidays! Due to the popularity of last year’s riddle, I’d refrain from doing another one. If you’re desperate, just look up the old post and

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Ocamel vs Jazz Jackrabbit menu

While browsing the internet for old DOS games, I just came to realise that Jazz Jackrabbit uses the same font in their menus as Ostudio’s award winning Ocamel, i.e. their developers also found 3D Studio’s funny looking built-in font.

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Eclipse out of memory error

When using Eclipse for Android development, it can consume a lot of memory. If you’re working with multiple library projects with varying levels of target APIs and/or opening layout editors for different Android versions, sooner or later the java VM

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NumGuess Haxe and Jasmin

The NumGuess project has received another couple of great contributions by vbence: New fully compliant Haxe version was added as the 36th implementation. Jasmin version was fixed to follow the guidelines perfectly. Keep up the good work guys, let me know if

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