Well ..what to say ..
this place is still empty ...and i know as many old members that there are
lot of unfinished or not very well tested programs..
Come on people where is your Creative Side ?
Well, if you insist ::) - but I'm not so keen to post anything that's not been honed to a reasonable result.
This is one of the biggest, most complex programs I've worked on. For ages, I couldn't get it to work at all. The problem is, how to get reasonable replies to one or more input statements or questions.
I had planned to have Eliza speak as well as give text replies, using a text-to-speech program with a good voice - it sort of worked, but it's not included in this version. Not quite right yet.
I'm not sure I've fully debugged all the subroutine calls to get a full range of replies - more checking needed. The replies can get repetitive - that shouldn't happen - something not quite right there either.
I also wanted a random selection of Eliza pictures to spice up the program - only one in this version, but she's pretty.
Anyway, see what you make of it .. I might come back to this project at some point.
Best wishes, :)
I asked her age and she just rambles.
Naturally - you can't ask a woman her age .. ;D ;D
What about posting here some old interesting examples from
old Pyxia Cd ?
I will admit that some of the better/interesting examples would be fun to see. But I would be more interested in some of the things people have done recently that extend or expand on the possibilities of IWB. I know there are probably members who have created Assembly code to enhance or speed up how things are done. I enjoyed the examples of doing sorting via C routines and have even found times to use it. You never know what might interest our members.
Ficko created an Assembly language utility to split a record by a delimiter. I use it fairly frequently. The funny thing is every once in a while it goes off to never never land. I am not sure if he is ever on the forum any more, but I wish he was, so maybe he could figure out why it does not work every once in a while.
' Split created by Ficko
Split: push ebp
mov ebp, esp
mov edi, [ebp+8]
mov esi, [ebp+16]
xor ecx, ecx
xor ebx, ebx
movzx eax, byte [ebp+12]
C01:mov [esi], edi
C00:cmp byte [edi], 0
lea esi, [esi+4]
mov [edi-1], ah
Exit: mov dword [esi+4], 0 ;Can be omited since we have return value.
xchg eax, ebx
QuoteBut I would be more interested in some of the things people have done recently that extend or expand on the possibilities of IWB
well i don't see recently is posted something but in such a things like that old cd it is ,i know that some of you have it .
I've got one, if it works. I'll have a looksee . . .
That would be great Brian.. :)
Sorry, I can't find it now. The last time I used it, it wouldn't load, so I must have dumped it