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The 20 Line Challenge / [GDK] simple rotating star (C++)

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Quadrazar
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Posted: 9th Jan 2009 04:06 Edited at: 9th Jan 2009 14:11
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I'm especialy pleased by the compact distribution of the small cubes, only using one for loop.

On my computer the parent spheres vannish automaticly. Perhaps because i gave them only one row and one collumn. (at first it was a box and i forgot to delete the extra parameters). So i suppose it is just one vertex in size.

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Quadrazar
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Posted: 12th Jan 2009 18:40 Edited at: 19th Jan 2009 18:49
by mistake i used [DBP] instead of [DB] in the title, is it possible to change this.
Quadrazar
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Posted: 19th Jan 2009 18:51 Edited at: 19th Jan 2009 22:34
I added the executable as download.

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Stefan p
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Posted: 28th Feb 2009 16:12
Cool

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ABXG
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Posted: 9th Apr 2009 17:11
I had a little fun with your code and cranked the number of cubes up to 500, very cool piece of code

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Currently 900+ lines of code into an "over-the-shoulder" action RPG with combat based on rag-doll physics.

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