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Yoo Song Won

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About Yoo Song Won

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2000-01-15

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Great Britain, Surrey
  • Interests
    Anime, nerdy stuff, games, superheroes, gadgets, PC's, films, movie soundtracks and so on...
  • Occupation
    Terrible Hollyfield School

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5 4590
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87-G45 GAMING
  • RAM
    1, 4GB, 1600Mhz Stick of DDR3 and 3, 2GB, 1333Mhz Sticks of DDR3. 10GB of 1333Mhz, DDR3 RAM overall
  • GPU
    MSI Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 Armor OC Edition
  • Case
    TINY Tornado 630 with Cooler Master Musketeer
  • Storage
    1,500 GB SAMSUNG HD154UI
  • PSU
    Corsair CX550M
  • Display(s)
    LG 29LN450W and Acer GD235HZ
  • Cooling
    Standard Intel Fan and standard TINY Tornado 630 Fan
  • Keyboard
    1992 Apple Adjustable Mechanical Keyboard and Logitech MX3000 Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 and Wacom Intuos Art Drawing Tablet
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD650, Logitech G430, Yamaha YST-M100 with Yamaha YST-MSW10, Creative Sound Blaster E3 DAC/AMP with Pro-Ject Head Box SE II AMP and Blue Yeti Blackout Edition USB Microphone
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. Thanks a lot!! Appreciate it!
  2. I'm a bit confused on what the fourth line and the "i" part of the "for i in cmds:" section of this code does. Does it mean "every element in the list cmds" of which then is printed? Thanks in advance.
  3. Thank you so very much!! This is incredibly helpful!! However, I would like to know if there's a way to read from the database file just for the high score value as well. This is so that I'm able to show that I can also write into, as well as read the file as well so that I may display it on the user interface. This is what I have for the text file read and I'd like to replace this code with and SQL read statement. Again thank you so much with what you've shown! I'm definitely going to get higher marks cuz of your help!
  4. I'm trying to add an SQL statement for a high score instead of a regular text file for my school project using Python and Pygame. This is as my teacher has told me that I will get an overall higher score using an SQL statement rather than a text file. However, after hours of looking at tutorials and notes on SQL, I still don't know how to use it in my code and what parts of my code to replace or add onto. Should I make a whole new function or should I just I just replace certain parts of existing code I've created. I've already imported sqlite3 but that's pretty much it. Can someone please show me what I can possibly do to implement a high score system with SQL? I understand that using SQL is overkill for a single integer value, but like I said, it will get me a higher grade if I use it instead of a read and write process with a text file. Here are what I think are the relevant pieces of code that need to be changed: and here is the whole function for reference: I have also attached the actual code for the game I'm making so that you may edit it as you wish. Thank you so very much in advance if you show me. I will deeply appreciate it!!! HopBall.py settings.py sprites.py highscore.txt
  5. I'm not really sure what the values in the square brackets means in both of these short programs. Can someone please explain the purpose of them? In this one, what does the "[ i ]" do in "totalSum = totalSum + numbers[ i ]" In this second one, what does the [0] and [1:] do in "return numbers[0] + addNums(numbers[1:])" Please can you help me in the simplest terms possible? Thank you very much in advance!
  6. Does anyone know how to express -608 in normalised mantissa-exponent form? I also would like to see how it is done as I don't know how to get the answers. Thank you.
  7. Just wondering what the following lines mean: and Thank you in advance!
  8. Thanks a lot! You guys helped me understand it now!
  9. Doing some school work in Python. Just wondering what 'return Instruction' does in this subroutine. Why is it there? I see the return function occurs a lot throughout the program returning a variable of some kind. Thanks in advance!
  10. It's a stock Intel cooler... Is it worth upgrading although I can't overclock?
  11. So quite a while ago, I played Overwatch but my CPU fan wasn't running due to the fan being stuck and the CPU got very hot and shutdown the whole PC... It booted with no problem after it cooled however and ran fine... I recently ran a benchmark however and found that my i5 4590 performs slightly less than other i5 4590... Is the problem due to my CPU getting hot and shutting itself down and possibly damaging my CPU?
  12. My birthday is in January so I can just wait until then to get a DAC...
  13. Is the Schiit Magni 3 on its own good? I don't necessarily need a DAC.
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