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Events   Events : Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG
   posted by shoe on 23-Feb-2004 23:00:20 (1685 reads)
AmiGBG in cooperation with UniversalSpace.NET are proud to present the Amiga Developers' Pavilion. A.D.P. will be a meeting place for developers, ranging from beginners to professional game and application designers. The list of participants in the A.D.P. is growing continuously.





Please visit www.amigbg.com for more information.

We would also take this opportunity to encourage people to buy their ticket in advance, since it makes live much easier for us. PayPal is avalible at our site.
    

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Toaks 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 8:21:53
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From: amigaguru.com

my contribution....

if anyone can spot whats wrong/diffrent here, then be happy



@----------@

#include <iostream.h>

main()
{
cout << "Hello World!";
return 0;
}

@-----------@


#include <stdio.h>
void main()
{
     printf("Hello World From About\n");
}

@-----------@

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CodeSmith 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 8:49:05
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From: USA

w00t, a coding debate!

OK, I'll try. The top one is standard C++, using a deprecated header, iostream.h - should be including <iostream> and either using "std::cout" or adding a "using namespace std" before the definition of main. iostream.h is *so* 90s

The bottom one is a non-conforming C program, main in an ansi-compliant program can only have one of two prototypes: int main(void) or int main(int, char **). Of course a *certain* C++ compiler and OS vendor encourages "void main", but that doesn't make it any more right...

Oh, the second one will output a newline after the message, and the first one won't (you need to add "<< endl", I can't remember right now if you need <iomanip> for this, I include it all the time anyway)

Boy, I suddenly feel this urge to eat lots of bran

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reflect 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 10:09:03
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excellent, I *always* wanted to learn how to code! I regret that I didn't make use of the knowledge I got in school regarding pascal and C, we got fairly proficient but I was too lazy, I guess... ;)

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shoe 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 10:13:08
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From: Gothenburg, Sweden

This will be the perfect place to get started.. We will have a few AmigaONE's running OS4 with the SDK/GCC installed so that everyone can try it out.

This will be great!


/shoe

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Toaks 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 13:15:13
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codesmith: you have hereby passed

shame you where so fast , u might have ruined it for the lot

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SlimJim 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 14:57:44
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Posts: 693
From: Uppsala, Sweden

How about that: I'm actually beginning to feel some real excitement about my Amiga future for
the first time in a long time. This show looks like it will be the biggest event since years back.
And programming workshops as well! Oh man! Oh maaan! Can hardly wait!
.
SlimJim (and btw, I could "solve" the code snippets too. Not that it matters much now that
CodeSmith was first to put his hand in the air for the teacher to see... )

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CodeSmith 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 19:05:27
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From: USA

Oh, don't be so glum

I just realized that I missed something last night. Who's going to be the first to find it?

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shoe 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 20:53:11
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From: Gothenburg, Sweden

@SlimJim,

Thanks! We are really working hard to make it just that. The biggest event in years!
Please read my post in the Developers! Developers! Developers! -thread. I think it might get your hopes up even more
(it's the one at the end..)


Btw, we were mentioned in the last issue of Datormagazin.! Page 18

/shoe - AmiGBG

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salass00 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 12:38:24
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From: Finland

@CodeSmith
Quote:
just realized that I missed something last night. Who's going to be the first to find it?

I'm no expert on C++ but I notice there is no return value defined for the first function, yet it still has a return statement, is that it ?

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miksuh 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 17:16:43
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Argh, Why AmiGBG is not held in the Stockholm ? I could then just jump in the ship at Helsinki Now it's a bit too far away for me :

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Russ 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 19:31:58
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From: New York

What are you complaining about. I am in New York

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SkEb 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 20:33:58
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Posts: 80
From: The Netherlands

Well, we're coming from The Netherlands, but AmiGBG should be worth the trip

Right now we're very busy working on the www.universalspace.net website and preparing our visit to AmiGBG (presentations etc.).


reflect:
"excellent, I *always* wanted to learn how to code! I regret that I didn't make use of the knowledge I got in school regarding pascal and C, we got fairly proficient but I was too lazy, I guess... ;)"

>>> Well, with a bit of luck our website is going to be an ideal place to meet other developers and to get lot's of information for developing!


SlimJim:
"How about that: I'm actually beginning to feel some real excitement about my Amiga future for the first time in a long time. This show looks like it will be the biggest event since years back.
And programming workshops as well! Oh man! Oh maaan! Can hardly wait!"

>>> It's good to see that the A.D.P initiative is making people enthousiastic again about developing for the Amiga

Greetz,
SkEb

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shoe 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 20:58:14
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Quote:
Poster: miksuh Date: 25-Feb-2004 18:16:43
Argh, Why AmiGBG is not held in the Stockholm ? I could then just jump in the ship at Helsinki Now it's a bit too far away for me


What about gathering a crew and travel together? That makes it much more fun!
Finlands own Gentle Eye is invited aswell.


/shoe

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miksuh 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 8:04:02
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Yep it would not be any big problem otherwise. but I'm just a poor student. I don't have enough money for all the travelling tickets, hotel bills etc.

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SlimJim 
Re: Amiga Developers Pavilion @ AmiGBG (!)
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 14:47:36
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@mikshu

Fly to Gothenburg then (what can it be - like 1.5h) in the morning, go to the fair and fly home
again in the evening. I do one-day trips like that now and then (Malmö-Stockholm) and it's no big
problem at all. If you are a student you will most likely get cheaper fares all along the way too!

Better check it out. You might be better of than you think.
.
SlimJim

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