**Kale42 wrote:**

NoahXD wrote:how new are you to programing? kale42

like started about 3 weeks ago but only worked from examples and made a clock and a 20 sided die app

I am like a month or 2 months into programing.

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How do I post here? I've already went to ptc website but i can't figure out how to post here. where do i save it to? ive tried ptcutilities but that didnt work for me. i was thinking about showing something neat that i did with the example dungeon crawler game and posting my clock.

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**Kale42**

Oh wow, the super link really ruined this page.

Could you guys like, use the "url" tags next time?

**bluerobin2 wrote:**

hairmanban19 wrote:a guy that i can not remember the name of is making Mega Man 2

HOW COULD YOU????? ITS @Discostew!

I was thinking if it was him but i thought it i could be wrong.

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@Kale42: Just use the "print screen" key on your keyboard, that will make a copy of your current screen that you can paste on paint.

**Morphtroid wrote:**

@Kale42: Just use the "print screen" key on your keyboard, that will make a copy of your current screen that you can paste on paint.

thanks ill try it.

**Kale42**

Come on! Those Qrs for petit slash 2 are TINY. I can't read them!

Hi I'm Levi and I like Bloopys :^)

**Xtremetdifan wrote:**

Levine, try zooming in on your laptop, ipad or whatever

I have to download it and so there isn't a zoom in button

Hi I'm Levi and I like Bloopys :^)

I recently created a program that can find the roots of quadratic equations. Since Petit Computer can't float very many numbers, the answers will have at most 3 decimal places. I should also note that this program cannot solve quadratics that have complex roots. Inside the program, I have included details on how the program was put together. The QR code can be found here: http:[email protected]/8565434024/in/photo...

I wish I was on the Enterprise.

**VincentFaraday wrote:**

I recently created a program that can find the roots of quadratic equations. Since Petit Computer can't float very many numbers, the answers will have at most 3 decimal places. I should also note that this program cannot solve quadratics that have complex roots. Inside the program, I have included details on how the program was put together. The QR code can be found here: http:[email protected]/8565434024/in/photo...

LOAD"SOLVE

OK

RUN

QUADRATIC SOLVER BY ZACHARY â™«

NOTE:(aX^2)+(bX)+c=0

You will have to restart

the program if the root is

is complex,since this program

cannot solve them.

What is a?

5

What is b?

6

What is c?

2

Illegal function call (32, SQR)

OK

**buny123**

Twitter: **EthanShnesy**

**MrSirr wrote:**

How do you make qr codes for games and then post them here?

Go to Petit Computer, tap File Management, Save to SD Memory Card, select the file(s), make note of the folder it gives you. Take the SD card out of your DSi/3DS and put it in your computer. Upload the file here:

< http://smileboom.com/special/ptcm2/qrmaker/en_us/qrmaker.html >

Or create the QR codes using PTCUtilities:

< http://micutil.com/ptcutilities/top_e.html >

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**buny123**

Twitter: **EthanShnesy**

**buny123 wrote:**

VincentFaraday wrote:I recently created a program that can find the roots of quadratic equations. Since Petit Computer can't float very many numbers, the answers will have at most 3 decimal places. I should also note that this program cannot solve quadratics that have complex roots. Inside the program, I have included details on how the program was put together. The QR code can be found here: http:[email protected]/8565434024/in/photo...

LOAD"SOLVE

OK

RUN

QUADRATIC SOLVER BY ZACHARY â™«

NOTE:(aX^2)+(bX)+c=0

You will have to restart

the program if the root is

is complex,since this program

cannot solve them.

What is a?

5

What is b?

6

What is c?

2

Illegal function call (32, SQR)

OK

My point exactly. The root of (5x^2)+6x+2=0 would be two complex imaginary roots, which petit computer can't do. If you need the answer to a quadratic like this pick up a TI-84 or solve the equation by hand.

I wish I was on the Enterprise.