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- Sun Apr 26, 2009 8:41 am
- Forum: Indigo General Stuff
- Topic: What going to happen to us?
- Replies: 153
- Views: 38517
I fully support Ono's right to make money off of his hard work. I do not necessarily think that this is the optimal way to do it, but not really my decision to make. Every person should have the right to make money doing what they enjoy/are best at. If you do what you enjoy, the amount of money earn...
well, how are you representing your complex numbers? (a+bi)^c ? if that's how your doing it, comparing two complex numbers, or a complex number to a regular number is sort of meaningless, because these complex numbers are basically vectors on the complex plane, and you can't really compare two vecto...
thats a really interesting paper, i like it. I've been thinking about a system thats a mix between unbiased progressive bidirectional (like in the paper instant GI), radiance caching, and this, which would be compatible with MLT, i still have to figure out if my system would end up being unbiased, o...
thats certainly odd... i see, it just seems to apply to the == operator though, the others work (the == operator seems to work that way for every primitive Object type) <= and >= still seem to work as expected though. this goes against everything my teacher just taught us about java.
try plugging this in, it gives you the correct result every time (== is case and space sensitive) String str="flap"; String stra="flip"; String flo="flap"; System.out.println(str==stra); System.out.println(str==flo); System.out.println(str=="flip"); System.out.println(str=="flap"); System.out.printl...
- Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:10 am
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: Any Java programmers here?
- Replies: 27
- Views: 4972
the only ones of those i disagree with is 4 and 5 String, Double, Integer, Character, Short, Long, and Float are "special" java classes that do not behave like other java classes. a primitive type and its Object type are almost synonymous. it is true that there is no primitive type for String, but t...
first of all, try using eclipse instead of netbeans, you get a lot more useful features, even if the interface is slightly more complicated for a beginner. -easier compile -easier package view -easier to create new classes and such -code auto complete -realtime error checking (i don't know if netbea...
i can't say how "here" i really am, but i am a Java programmer. i started learning Java in a class, and we really weren't learning Java, we were learning logic flow and ultra basics. assuming you know how memory works in c++, you might want to go ahead and learn the basics of formating in Java, then...
- Sun Oct 28, 2007 5:25 am
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: random hemisphere (tlrcam related
- Replies: 84
- Views: 14153
i fixed the radiosity issue by adding tonemapping. i changed the traversal code to handle more complex things much faster and changed the build code a bit. it now renders things about 6 times as fast. i added/fixed bidirectional. in order to get it working much faster though i need to add ray catchi...