I just did a little bit of programming on your processor and it's amazing. I learned assemler just for that.
But as I'm bad at building things, is there a way you can make an input device with a STKM to get the keys up, down, left and right. Would be awesome to make a little game like snake or similar stuff on this awesome thing!
EDIT: Did the Fibonacci right now.
Well, you'd first have to enable Gravity simulation (which I turned off for some reason I can't recall). If you have a more decent STKM cage, I guess you can turn its inputs into a single FILT port that sends direction codes whenever you press a key ... it'd be interesting. Send me a reliable STKM cage and I do it.
Oops, forgot this part. I'm truly happy to hear that someone learned assembly just so they can write programs for my computer. I have this evil plan of bringing back the "assembly awareness" from the old days (older than me, ehheh). The way I see it, most people find C and never go further down into the rabbit hole. But believe me, it's pretty fun down there, with the eternal darkness and the ghosts and all that stuff.
Well I'm more the guy to write my stuff in Java, cause it's easy and done pretty fast and I like the amount of librarys I get with most of the IDEs.
For small scripting I use AutoIt and at my university I have to use C/C++, but assembly is pretty fun!
For that STKM cage, I'm trying to work out a design or at least find some sort of reference to get something done :)
Edit: Published the Fibonacci one, I'm more proud of it then I should be.
Edit: Made it 32bit with hexcode on the display. It finished the whole calculation in seconds, when I turn off the display. Well next challenge is 64bit, 128bit and variable bit size.
@nava27727 oh be careful next time :D The last comment was posted in July. Unless your post is useful, you shouldn't be replying on a thread where the last comment was over a month ago (necroing, as fellow internet people call it.)
Important bump. I am getting an error in rasm.lua: rasm.lua:83 bad argument #1 to 'open' (string expected, got nil). I have not made any modifications to it.
That's not nearly enough information. Are you using it from the console? If so, what arguments do you pass? Or are you using it through RasmUI? How do I replicate it?
Oh sorry. I typed dofile("rasm.lua") in the console.
http://lbphacker.hu/powdertoy/R16K1S60/manual.md#programming, see "the hardcore way".
Ah ok. I don't actually use rasm.lua but I just wanted to make sure others who use it wouldn't have problems. Thank you.