Leo Jweda

Peterborough, Canada

Age: 24

I make cool stuff.

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comment My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
Update: I got a C2G cable that works. Thanks.
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accepted My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
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comment My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
@JourneymanGeek Like I said, in the exact same setup, with the exact same adapters, some cables work and other don't. It most definitely NOT the adapter. Cute dog BTW.
Jul
21
comment My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
How do I find a cable that has all the wires? I tried cheap ones from Amazon and a $20+ one from a brick and mortar store and none of them worked. The only ones that have worked are old ones for some reason.
Jul
21
comment My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
@JourneymanGeek It's a 3-year-old Samsung TV, relatively low-end. It has an HDMI port which I use for my RPi and a VGA port that I use for my 2013 MacBook Air. I have an Apple adapter to convert I believe display port to VGA.
Jul
21
comment My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
I'm aware of the drawbacks of using VGA cables but my current setup requires me to use one. I highly doubt it's length because I've tried different lengths and that did not seem to have an effect on the quality. After all, my setup only requires about 2 feet.
Jul
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asked My computer doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution on some VGA cables, what's going on?
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accepted What data structure should I use to represent this board?
Jul
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comment What data structure should I use to represent this board?
I've decided to go with a similar but not exact solution to this. I'll use a 3D array to store the array of 2D arrays for each rotation and flip of the piece (8 in total). A rotation increases the index of the current index by 1 and a flip by 4 (modding by 8 of course). It's as hard-coded as I'm comfortable going.
Jul
15
comment What data structure should I use to represent this board?
@dasblinkenlight I added few examples. The matrix didn't work because I tried to group a column with a row which represents it nicely but when the matrix is rotated it no longer represents the piece. For example: The 2nd piece would be 0 0 1 1 1, 0 1 0 0 0
Jul
15
comment What data structure should I use to represent this board?
@NicoSchertler I added a few examples.
Jul
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revised What data structure should I use to represent this board?
added 266 characters in body
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asked What data structure should I use to represent this board?
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