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    Robert Holmén
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  1. Sad News! I was re-reading part of "The Animator's Survival Kit" just a couple days ago and thinking, "Hey, I'm glad he took the time to put this stuff down!"
  2. robcat2075

    No Sound

    Do all sound files fail in A:M or just "cartoonhammer"?
  3. Come up an' see some Live Answer Time on Saturday August 17 2019 at Noon CDT August 17 is the 126the birthday of film siren Mae West
  4. robcat2075

    No Sound

    To clarify... You mean you are clicking on it in the A:M Sounds folder?
  5. robcat2075

    No Sound

    Hmmm... So the sound is out no matter what version of A:M you install... Do you recall the last time the sound did work and what version that was?
  6. Week 12 Switch. Switch uses a number you give it to choose from among several numbered cases Sample project Get the user to enter an integer up to 8 digits Figure out how many digits the number is use Switch to announce "This number has... digits"
  7. Ouch. They're going to get cold feet!
  8. As a great American once said, "It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is."
  9. Week 11 sizeof and Arrays sizeof and multi-dimensional arrays (maybe) Lets suppose you had a chain of linked sausages... <====> <====> <====> <====> <====> <====> <====> <====>. . . ... but can't count them individually. If you could know the length of the whole chain, and the length of the first sausage, you could divide the length of the chain by the length of the single sausage to know how many sausages there were... and how many buns you would need to get for them! 20 feet of 0.5 foot sausages would be 40 sausages. That is basically how Steve Purcell is using sizeof with arrays. if we declares an Array int sausages[10]; we can use the sizeof function to examine it. We can use sizeof(sausages) to get how many bytes the whole array uses and sizeof(sausages[0]) to get how many bytes the first array element uses. We can use those to get the length of the array and assign that to a variable numberOfElements = sizeof(sausages)/sizeof(sausages[0]) We can use that variable later in For loops or other code that needs to know how long the array was. Why did we need to figure out how many elements were in the array if we already put a number in when we declared the array? Because later on, as we develop the program, or re-use it for something else we may change the number in that declaration but we won't have to go through the rest of the program to change all the code that uses the length of the array... we have made the code figure that out for us!
  10. Another Live Action Time at Noon CDT Saturday August 10, 2019 We may be taking a look at one of Simon's models! August 10 is the 64th birthday of the late Star Trek:TNG set designer, Jim Mees.
  11. Hi Simon, The problem is mostly splining errors. Can you come to Live Answer Time tomorrow? That would be an easy way to go through it.
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