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All I really see in the readme in regards to a clean rom is 通常版, or Normal Edition/version.There is no way to tell if an IPS is for a specific ROM, right?
I see a normal version and a NP version in the Goodset, so I would try for the normal version. And then test with headered/unheadeared versions. And then maybe try the No-Intro set.
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Justin, with X and Zero's data completely separated now...what are the chances of a 2 player co-op x3??That sounds awesome.
The best thing that college has given me is an excuse to dedicate a huge block of time to study that would have otherwise been occupied with working dead end jobs and struggling to maintain the energy and drive to study after work. Beyond that, you have to have a passion for learning new things and the drive to force yourself through the harder bits even when you can't see immediate practical applications.I agree, not having to work makes it much easier to learn. I quit my work study job this past Friday because it was interfering with my CS classes.
Do that, just be aware that that link has some curious gaps in places (what it doesn’t recommend for C and C++ or where to go for info on parallelism or assembly language sticks out to me) and the “recommended reading” is impossibly hardcore in others (every CS major “should be” familiar with AIMA, SICP, TAoCP, and Intro to Algorithms IMHO, but you’d be hard pressed to meet someone who’s read all of them thoroughly or done a good portion of the exercises in one of them). To the list of languages, I’d add Clojure; it’s the new hotness right now, so it could possibly be going away, but I think it’s going to be reasonably influential (perhaps even an “employable skill”) for the near future.What do your recommend to fill the gaps for parallelism and assembly language? What do you recommend for C and C++? Is Clojure one of those languages built on the JVM?
Always be coding, be a pragmatic programmer, yadda yadda, and I could namedrop a lot of things to look at but I did that in a draft of this post, and ultimately it undermined the more important point that reading should be accompanied by coding. Knowing all that stuff is cool but it can get in the way of getting your hands dirty and doesn’t demonstrate employability to anyone. I will say to skim Hacker News a little to keep on top of things, but try not to piss away too much time there.Time spent making ad revenue for someone else's website is time I could have spent making my own website or business.
It’s probably true, but don’t settle for that. Among the things you gain with the B.S. is networking with classmates who are also getting one.
Demonstrable mastery over a programming language like C or C++ isn’t won in a short time and won’t be required for most entry-level jobs anyway.Where are you, geographically? What are the entry level jobs like where you are - mostly corporate or more small business?
Regarding books? Find them in the databases or the library if you can. Beware any class with a required text written by the teacher unless they have a stellar reputation; they’re usually poorly written and the teacher will not explain things any better than their book does. You will never be able to escape expensive textbooks; sometimes you just have to bite that bullet. But Amazon is the most popular option.I want to keep all my books, but I also want to be mobile (being homeless had it's advantages). PDFs all the way.
I have always wondered myself what I would do. I think I would try and play the "I'm crazier than you are" card. So if someone did break in, I would greet them in my living room, stark naked, holding a bottle of thousand island dressing with Barry White playing in the background. I'd be like "Hey guys, which do you like better, beetles or spark plugs?" while unloading the entire bottle of thousand island dressing on my head as if I was in a shampoo commercial.I can verify that this works especially well on people who've been to prison, but not so well on actual crazies. When dealing with people who are crazy, it's best to keep calm, keep something between you and them, and persuade them to step outside for a moment while you lock the door behind them.
The theory is that it would disorientate them to the point that they would just wander back out the front door.
Pepper spray and/or shoot to wound them with my spouse's 9mm, then call 911. Situation resolved.Anything worth shooting once is worth shooting twice. Dead men can't file lawsuits.
I'd be very grateful if you shared some of the info for two of the games you mentioned (Aria of Sorrow and Circle of the Moon)I don't have any info on those games yet. Compressed text is one of the things I can't easily find. Has anyone translated those games already? Ask those people if they have.
The location of the compressed text, and most importantly the compressed font, is giving me troubles.
I would ask you as well for the location of the compressed text inside Zelda III GBA port if you don't mind, and if it's still relevant to your thread.
Thanks a lot in advance
... those hex addresses are the attack power of all 6 found by me. i want you to teach me how to rename each of them...Well congrats, you probably just found the item data!
Not really. I just don't have a good way to search for unknowns. Here's what I mean by "unknowns"... I use hexworkshop and it has a nifty feature to search like this: "af??????b0" where ?? is the "unknown" values. All you have to do is take the attack strength of any given weapon then look in order ahead to the next attack value. the cheat code order should be exactly the same as in the rom...Are these ROM addresses? So these are the starting equips for the hero?
What really sucks in hexworkshop is the limit on how long of a string that can be inputed.That's why I use xvi32.
no, it edit's what's equipped in all 4 slots by the hero. the code itself isn't what we should be interested in. it's the values for each item that's listed in order, that we should pay attention to. they are the same order as in the rom.These are the locations of the names of these items? Could you post a screenshot?
Anyway i found em' :
Just need you to help me rename em to these: Yell, itoi, Grun, Blue, Holy, Dark
Another game I liked on the SNES, that isn't mentioned all that much, is Jurassic Park. Not the Lost World version, but the over-head version with FPS indoor elements. I actually really enjoyed that game, though beware it has no real savepoint system (it has checkpoints, but those are temporary, and on shutting down the console, you lose your place).There's a game that needs a save hack.