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gurraglaa

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About gurraglaa

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  • Birthday Mar 12, 1994

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  1. No name CPU: 3570k @ 4.5 GHz GPU: Asus 970 Strix @ 1475 MHz RAM: 8 GB DDR3 1600 Scoroe: 6.8
  2. Vessel username: gurraglaa FAV Vids: https://www.vessel.com/videos/LCoY5zfFf https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0
  3. That roaring voice (Y) awesome!
  4. Don't forget to mention the wheels in these reviews. It's a big deal for people with hardwood floors. If they are hard plastic it will most likely result in black marks on the floor.
  5. "Bear claw" made you hungry Linus? Interesting...
  6. Awesome! But the way I see it, one thing is missing: a WAN-show countdown!
  7. @ Thanks to you and a short Lynda lesson about pointers, the program now works! All that is left is to add the rest of the game (pairs, 2 pairs, yatzy etc...)! Feel free to come with criticism on the code and suggest changes that would make it "nicer" code. #include <stdio.h>#include <stdlib.h>#include <time.h>#ifdef _WIN32 #include <Windows.h>#else #include <unistd.h>#endifint iPlayers;char *asNumbers[6] = {"Ones","Twos","Threes","Fours","Fives","Sixes"};void printfield(int *aiField[6], int *aiSum);int main(){ int iRun = 1; int aiDice[5]; int
  8. Hi! I Have not had the time to sit down and code yet. Have too much to do in school. But I think I will take a look tonight. Anyway, thanks a lot for the help. Will make a post when I'm done/when I get stuck again.
  9. I can't seam to get your code to work at all. It gets stuck at the first dize roll. i will take a closer look tomorrow and see if i can fix it. In the meantime, could you please explain how the code above works? I am not that familiar with pointers. In my mind, that code creates a 1 dim array.
  10. Hi! I have just started to learn programming in C. I'm using Code Blocks and gcc compiler (std C99). Just for exercise I have started to make a Yatzy game running in Windows cmd and I have hit a problem that i cant seam to fix. Can you please help me? I have narrowed it down a bit and it seams that the problem lies in the function printfield(). It doesn't save the score of the players correct. If, say for example player one gets 3 ones. Then he should get 3x1 point in the appropriate location of course, but instead I get something like this: Players: P1 Ones
  11. congratz Linus! I have been following you guys since before LMG and love how you have grown. Every single video since the day I found you (and a bunch of older ones as well) has a view count added by me! Thank you and keep it up guys! 
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