Volume 6 is here! Sorry it is a day late, but it is so worth it.
It is the launch month of
@crait’s ‘Circuit Dude’ on steam! How awesome is that! We also asked how you learnt programming, and a new contributor submits an article about Debugging.
Shared Downloads Folder Link:
Clearly I’m a very egotistical person because I skimmed the whole thing just to find out if my duck quote made it in. I was not disappointed, it was there just as promised (on page 39).
Unexpectedly there was also a quote of me on page 9 - I’m proud to be representing the wonderful teachings of the internet, they have served me well.
I couldn’t find
@crait’s game on Steam yet, so I’m assuming they haven’t put it up prior to release like they do with some other games.
Excuse my terrible 外人の日本語 but
I understood your nihongo（日本語）. thank you.
My mind wanted to write in English.
But my poor English ability will confuse people.
I wrote it in Japanese, but I want people to read the source code.
Japanese sentences are only an aid to the source code.
When I write about basic, I know that I am older. lol
Awesome layout. I am glad that it is beautifully gathered. Cute glasses of cats.
Long time your editing, Good job!
Change in Steam rules means I can’t put it up just yet! The Steam page will be visible prior to release and I think it’ll even be available for pre-ordering.
@arduboymag the google drive link opens volume 5 … ?
EDIT: fixed it for you.
Ah, I knew there would be some reason.
Steam have changed quite a few things lately (like shutting down Greenlight ; n ; ). I’ll make sure to poll the search every now and again to see if it turns up.
Would it be possible to link to the earlier articles as well? I would like to download the PDFs
I know a
little bit of Japanese. I’ve had a few lessons (only about 5-8) and watched quite a bit of subtitled anime. Unfortunately I mostly watched One Piece so it’s a bit impolite (e.g. I prefer using おれ instead of ぼく or わたし) .
I don’t know much about grammar but I’m good at reading katakana and using a dictionary so I managed to read some of the article.
You’re right that the source code is more important though.
Programming languages are universal.
A lot of people here are ‘older’. Lots of people mentioned Basic in
the recent poll. I’m not ‘old’ but I know some Basic because I have a copy of QB64.
Cute glasses of cats.
@akkera102 thank you for all the help! Creating so much content for us in Japanese is so helpful and we can’t thank you enough! The japanese users really owe you a big thanks!
There is an expression in Buddhism:
Words are like a fishing pole for ideas, once you have the fish, you no longer need the pole.
What ever gets the point across!