#introductions hi, i'm connor.
sometimes i hack #zelda games for the #n64, but more generally i follow wherever my interests take me. i tend to avoid big projects because of that. i ramble a lot about whatever i'm working on or learning about.
(actually i should've worded it more like this: "it's full of easy-to-miss special cases to handle equally easy-to-miss special cases")
thinking a little about parser stuff today. the one i wrote for "ciel" is pretty terse *but* it's full of easy-to-miss special cases throughout the code, to handle edge cases that i worked to think of. i'd like it if i could have the concepts more compartmentalized and parallel to the actual grammar without resorting to an opaque parser-generator.
there was also a teacher assistant at one point who thought i was saying "no" half the time that i actually said "oh" in response to something they had just told me :V
it used to be that you could edit your own cookies to extend longer but i doubt that works anymore
i'm sure this is already ten times what it costs to make
I don't know what the trigonometric functions would achieve in this case though
wait, now that i think of it, we already do define a bunch by their Taylor series, and the exponential function in particular is very useful. so i guess that answers that.
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