Monthly Archives: February 2014

Operator Precedence Considered Harmful

OperatorPrecedenceConsideredHarmful at Cunningham & Cunningham, Inc: Almost every ProgrammingLanguage supporting InfixNotation for expressions has extensive OperatorPrecedence levels. This outgrowth of the mathematical origins of programming languages has been the cause of countless bugs. The problem with operator precedence is that … Continue reading

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More on Infilterion and Kobo II

Why Infilterion? Kobo II is too different from Kobo Deluxe. As a physics based twin stick shooter, it’s almost in a different genre. Smart AI is hard to implement reliably in the free-form, physics based world of Kobo II. I … Continue reading

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