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30 Sep 2020
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27Unless you want precision to the nearest integer20:03:34
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]
In reply to @babba27:gnuradio.org
Thhe US uses , as the thousands separator. We write 1,000 while they write 1.000
Oh that's true. Maybe we should use the unicode ○
20:03:47
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie17
In reply to @fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.com
Writing 1e3 is better though 😸
(only problem with that is it could somehow be confused with Euler's number)
20:03:52
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27Also only calculator write 1e3. Its 10^3 when written20:03:59
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie17No, a lot of programming languages use it as well. It's popular in computer science in general.20:04:36
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie1710^3 = 10³20:04:53
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27Yes, programming languages which derive their syntax from TI-Basic20:05:43
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]I wish I could program a TI machine in another language cause TI-Basic is kinda ew20:06:21
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27Python uses 10**3. That doesn't make it proper in general context20:06:42
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27
In reply to @uhoh:matrix.org
I wish I could program a TI machine in another language cause TI-Basic is kinda ew
I program my TI-84+ CE in C
20:07:13
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]
In reply to @babba27:gnuradio.org
Python uses 10**3. That doesn't make it proper in general context
And ES6
20:07:38
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie17
In reply to @babba27:gnuradio.org
Yes, programming languages which derive their syntax from TI-Basic
Sure? Only those?
20:07:43
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]
In reply to @babba27:gnuradio.org
I program my TI-84+ CE in C
Can you do Rust?
20:08:02
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27I'm simply saying programming syntax and the math syntax it represents are 2 different things20:08:28
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27
In reply to @uhoh:matrix.org
Can you do Rust?
Unfortunately no. Although people have made a Python-like language for it
20:08:50
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie17Rust is easy to learn.20:09:10
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]I wonder if there are interpreted languages for the TI lol20:09:20
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27And their are third-party languages specific to the TI-84 line20:09:25
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27
In reply to @uhoh:matrix.org
I wonder if there are interpreted languages for the TI lol
Yes. The Python-like language I'm pretty sure is interpreted
20:09:51
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]I always thought it would be fun to create a programming language. Anybody ever tried?20:10:27
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27 The TI Nspire has actual Python 20:10:33
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie17
In reply to @uhoh:matrix.org
I always thought it would be fun to create a programming language. Anybody ever tried?
Make it like Malbolge but harder 😸
20:11:08
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27
In reply to @uhoh:matrix.org
I always thought it would be fun to create a programming language. Anybody ever tried?
A few times, actually. Its fun but can be tedious
20:11:39
@fantasycookie17:fantasycookie17.onederfultech.comFantasyCookie17Write a compiler in Scratch 😸20:11:55
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27Ewww20:12:04
@uhoh:matrix.orguhoh [he/him]Oh yeah Scratch! I learned how to code on Scratch. GNU should make a Scratch clone that would be cool20:12:27
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27Scratch is yucky20:12:29
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27And icky20:12:34
@babba27:gnuradio.orgbabba27And gross20:12:38
@android_ex.ai:midov.plThe ex-AIi thought it was basic and good for beginners.20:13:29

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