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Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Posted by Nick on 17 April 2000, 23:16 GMT

Jonah Cohen, a resident assembly deity and No. 24 on the All Time List(TM), now has his personal home page hosted at jonah.ticalc.org. Dealing with a lot of... you know, calculator stuff, Jonah discusses his upcoming assembly projects along with the other things he has going on in his life. Go there now!

 


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Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Tommy Kromer  Account Info

I'm really getting in to this posting thing....
Anyway...I would like to know how to have one of those clocks like he has on his webpage. I am a very experienced html programmer and have never seen anything of that sort. So if anyone know an address or source code let me know. Thanks

     18 April 2000, 00:12 GMT

Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
amicek  Account Info
(Web Page)

Well all he is doing is loading an Applet

<applet code="elapsed.class" height="40" width="55" viewastext>

Pretty simple stuff :)

Oh, and you should be able to just download it off of his server by finding the file address, jonah.calc.org/elapsed.class or something - hope I have helped a little

amicek

     18 April 2000, 00:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Tommy Kromer  Account Info

Thanks that helped alot.....my comp is acting up and i can't view source code.

     18 April 2000, 00:42 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Jonah Cohen  Account Info
(Web Page)

The way Java works is that Java source files (.java) are compiled into byte code (.class), which the Java Virtual Machine of a web browser will convert into a system-dependent executable file and then run. So, the .class (semi-executable) is different from the .java (source code).

:-)

     19 April 2000, 03:39 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
amicek  Account Info
(Web Page)

My mistake. Either way, I think he will be able to figure it out.

amicekl

     25 April 2000, 00:49 GMT


Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Free_Bird Account Info
(Web Page)

HTML is not a programming language.

     21 April 2000, 09:58 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
amicek  Account Info
(Web Page)

Then BASIC isn't either if you want to get technical.

amicek

     25 April 2000, 00:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Free_Bird Account Info
(Web Page)

NO! HTML is all about design, those tags only define the lay out of a page, but BASIC instructions actually do something.

     25 April 2000, 20:15 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Hamilton Boyce  Account Info

That is true. HTML isn't a programing language because all you do is specify the design with code. You can start and end lines whenever and where ever. Basic you use lines of code and... it's just a simple programing language.

     26 April 2000, 04:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Josh Storz  Account Info

now if you know javascript like i do then it becomes a design interface with an integrated programming language... if you add dHtml, which is pretty fun, then it's a DYNAMIC design interface with an integrated referencable programming language. :)

     30 April 2000, 06:36 GMT

Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
michael billiards

you know what. that guys pretty cool. nice page. has lots of calcs too. fun stuff.

     18 April 2000, 00:32 GMT

Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Alapanamo  Account Info

YAS 1.0...
Developed by Aaron Curtis with help from Jonah Cohen...
External interfaces and datatypes...

DROOL DROOL DROOL (OK, that's pathetic...)

Seriously though, I absolutley cannot wait for v1.0 to come out. I always knew YAS was the best 86 shell around, and this new version will only confirm that. From the looks of Jonah's interface, it seems that this new version will have security features (note the Netscape-ish lock icon). Two extremely skilled 86 programmers can't go wrong...

________________
YAS RULES!!

     18 April 2000, 00:39 GMT


Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
Free_Bird Account Info
(Web Page)

Yeah, there's memory locking and password protection.

     18 April 2000, 21:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Jonah Cohen: jonah.ticalc.org
JaggedFlame

Rascall has both of those... but it's not like i use it anyway :-P

     23 April 2000, 00:01 GMT

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