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Plenty of projects

December 21st, 2008 No comments

Well, i am not sure if title is not ok with this post. It doesnt matter at all. This is a difficult part of my life i think. I am taking six diffrent courses at this semester and i got projects for each of them. Since i am working as a freelance php coder the whole day is not enough for my works. I can’t allocate sometime for myself, for my own.  Hope i will be ok at the and of the semester. Gonna try to share my projects in my blog if there will be some time.

Need a holiday…

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Assembly Tutorials

December 6th, 2008 1 comment

Here is myprojects during the course microprocessors.  Hope it will help you guys. Here you are can find following programs.

  • Data and Time Showing
  • Controlling DC Motor from/using parallel port
  • Controlling Stepper Motor from/using parallel port

#1 – Data and Time Showing

;—————————————–
;— TERM PROJECT                      —
;— LECTURE: MICROPROCESSORS          —
;— LECTURER: HOSSEIN MEHRABANI       —
;— CODED BY: SAMET KILICTAS          —
;— STUDENT NUMBER: 20040283          —
;— E-MAIL: SAMET@KILICTAS.COM        —
;— CYPRUS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY   —
;— 26-05-2008                        —
;—————————————–
;THE REQUIRED MACROS FOR PROGRAM—————————
;———————————————————-
CURS_POSITION     MACRO ROW,COLUMN
MOV BH,00
MOV AH,02
MOV DH,ROW
MOV DL,COLUMN
INT 10H
ENDM
;———————————————————-
CLS_SCREEN MACRO
MOV AX,0600H
mov bh,00
mov bh,0ah
MOV CX,0
MOV DX,184FH
INT 10H
ENDM
;———————————————————-
SHOW_INSCREEN MACRO STRING
MOV AH,09
MOV DX,OFFSET STRING

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Coding Guidelines For Developers

August 24th, 2008 No comments

@author andrej arn
@author sam blume
@version 4.6 updated 2005-11-24

Basically…
we’d like to have a clean and professional, bug-free code.
Most people have different coding styles. And most think that
“the other style” is ugly. We don’t want to force you changing
your style. Here is how we do it and like it:

o) We use capital letters for constants. e.g. define(‘CONSTANT’, 1).
We also use the capital form of TRUE, FALSE and NULL.
This is true for PHP, note that javascript needs lowercase.

o) If a function is described to return bool, expect to get a real bool
(TRUE/FALSE) and not an int (0/1). So please code your functions and
methods that way.

o) Don’t trust the return values from php methods. If they are stated
to return bool, they often return an int (0/1). So don’t directly
return that from your functions, convert to (bool) if necessary.

o) Never ever use echo, print and die and the like inside your methods.
Use return.

o) this applies also for white spaces. if you start your file with anything
(an empty line) before the   considered as output. This makes header() calls impossible (cookie,
session). The same applies for white spaces after the ?> tag. take care!
Even a newline is too much. This is a typical php newbie mistake.

o) Everything should be as os independant as possible. Including windows.

o) Make your code work with PHP version 4.3.0+ and 5.0.5+.
Don’t support php3.

o) Make the php exam. Repeat it from time to time.

http://www.blueshoes.org/en/developer/syntax_exam/

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Frame by Frame Diving

June 17th, 2008 No comments

This picture is taken by Tom.Lechner’s photostream from flickr. I think this is an amazing picture. Go ahead an check the link to see big version

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TDFSB 3D File Browser

June 15th, 2008 1 comment

Here is a new nice project i’ve just heard about TDFSB…. Which reads directory information and displays it as a 3D world. cd’ing into another directory is possible by simply walking into the assigned sphere. It also reads images and text files and displays their contents. It plays MP3 files and MPEG-1 videos as 3D objects.

Shortly, it is a 3D world inside your pc. This is really nice and interesting tool for your boring pc. Just imagine.. you can fly between your files.. your documents.. even your pictures..

This project came to me with really nice ideas. I am glad to talk about TDFSB because it has been coded 6 years ago. A developer [Leander Seige - i hope this is true] coded this tools with simple code in first time. But now just take a look at it. He and some other developers are came with new ideas.

I have run this tool with my system which is Ubuntu Hardy 8.04 and of course to run TDFSB nicely, you gonna need a hardware accelerated 3d graphic card. While walking arround your documents you can also listen mp3s or you can watch some of your video files.

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