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Lennart van de Merwe

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About Lennart van de Merwe

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  • Birthday Aug 09, 2003

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  • Interests
    Gaming, PC building, youtube, editing, filming.
  • Biography
    I'm alive, that's what all people say.
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600x
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 Aorus
  • RAM
    Corsair vengeance 2x8 gb 3000 mHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte geforce RTX 2060
  • Case
    Cooler master Masterbox MB520
  • Storage
    64 gb samsung SSD + 128 GB samsung SSD + 1.5 TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX550
  • Display(s)
    29" 1080p @75Hz; 23" 1080p @65Hz; 22" 1050p @65 Hz
  • Cooling
    BeQuiet Pure Rock
  • Keyboard
    Trust GXT 830
  • Mouse
    Trust Sikanda
  • Sound
    Sony MDR XB950BT -> Sabaj PHA2, Philips HTS7200 speakers -> Sabaj A3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Right I forgot to tell, but I'm in the Netherlands, and Framework doesn't really ship there yet, but it's a good suggestion aside from that. I'll start looking for a ThinkPad ig
  2. Exactly as the title says. I'm starting my study of Veterinary Medicine at the uni this september, and I require a laptop for access to digital learning material on the go. I have a desktop for everything that requires more horsepower (ryzen 5 2600x, 16 gbs of ram, rtx 2060; so no worries there) My wishes for a laptop that are slightly unrealistic given the price: - Good build quality - decent CPU performance (gpu can just be integrated) - everything that equals or beats an i7-6700HQ is decent in my opinion - GOOD BATTERY LIFE REEEEEEEEEEE (I need to be able to get through
  3. Thanks for the feedback, but I gotta be honest, I'm far from the level of C# where I can make actual decisions on how to do stuff best. Currently I'm following a tutorial, and trying to fix whatever error comes along, and so hopefully learning the language bit by bit. For the record, I've been doing C# for 5 days now, so maybe at some point in the future I can use your feedback... Furthermore, BFBC is attached to a gameObject so it should be working. Anyways, I managed to fix the error, and I think it should be working now. UPDATE: It worked, I fixed it. I changed it fro
  4. Ait, I tried it, too bad it didn't work. It would appear it's ought to do something. Without "BCFC.instance" I just get NullRefException errors. Here's my BCFC code, the goal of this code, and the tester, is to change the source image of a UI element (in order to change the background). public class BCFC : MonoBehaviour { public static BCFC instance; public LAYER background = new LAYER(); public LAYER cinematic = new LAYER(); public LAYER foreground = new LAYER(); void Awake() { instance = this; } [System.Serializable] public c
  5. A youtube tutorial on how to make a Visual Novel. So I can just put "//" before it and hope for the best?
  6. Hi so my code is producing error CS0201: Only assignment, call, increment, await, and new object expressions can be used as a statement. It's located in line 15 (marked with //). As of now, my BCFC script contains a public static that I'm trying to refer to. So, what's wrong? using System.Collections; using System.Collections.Generic; using UnityEngine; public class TestBackground : MonoBehaviour { BCFC controller; public Texture tex; // Start is called before the first frame update void Start() { BCFC.instance; //this is line 15, and producing
  7. I was wondering whether this (Subwoofer out --> receiver --> passive sub) would be possible. I'm on a budget so I can't afford buying an active sub to hook up to the soundbar, which only has subwoofer out, but I do have a receiver and passive sub that works on that receiver. I was thinking of buying a cable that either went from subwoofer out --> 3.5 mm, or subwoofer out --> stereo rca (and then a cable: stereo rca --> audio jack). I'm fine with a bit of distortion. The sub will only be meant is complimentary to the listening experience and not be centre stage, but I'm wondering
  8. Thanks a lot for the input and clear explanation. Unfortunately it only makes it worse when it comes to the output of the code, so I'm leaving the bug as it is, especially since I have to start handing in my assignment.
  9. Yes, but that int is determined by taking the length of the decryptedmessage, which then also defines the length of the paddedmessage. Could it be something to do with: int originalLen = strlen((const char*)decryptedmessage); int lenOfPaddedMessage = originalLen;
  10. I'm sorry, but what do you mean by that? I'm a noob remember X<
  11. unsigned char* decryptedmessage = new unsigned char[LenOfPaddedMessage]; for (int i = 0; i < LenOfPaddedMessage; i++) { decryptedmessage[i] = encryptedmessage2[i]; } for (int i = 0; i < LenOfPaddedMessage; i += 16) { AES_Decrypt(decryptedmessage + i, inputkey); } cout << endl << endl; cout << "\nDecrypted message:" << endl; for (int i = 0; i < LenOfPaddedMessage; i++) { cout << decryptedmessage[i]; } cout << endl <&l
  12. Good news! I have fixed it. After watching a sketchy Slovenian tech-youtuber list me three options to fix this I decided that the memory swap wouldn't hurt. With this I mean a quite literal memory swap: you take stick 1 out of slot 1 and stick 2 out of slot 2 and then put stick 1 in slot 2 and stick 2 in slot 1. Then I booted, went into the bios and reconfigured my XMP-profile. badabiembadaboem. IT WORKS! Proof of my caveman solution (with the ltt window so I couldn't have faked it):
  13. Hi guys, my PC has been working just fine for quite a while, but today for some reason in windows my ram settings have changed: only 7,9 gbs are available as normal ram. The other 8,1 gbs have turned into hardware reserved ram for no reason. I also saw that my memory speed is at 2133 Mhz instead of the normal 3000 Mhz. My settings in the bios haven't changed (it's still got XMP enabled and is supposed to run at 3000 Mhz according to my bios). Nothing has happened with my computer as far as I'm aware, it must've happened today since I experienced some instability in minecraft today, but not yes