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    Re: Hot Geeks

    Quote Originally Posted by mrRee
    wow...100x100 matrices...i wonder how people solve them before the computer ages...maybe one week to solve that,,,
    Exactally... One wouldn't believe how much time computers have saved 'my people' . I hate to see the art of drafting go by the wayside to AutoCAD but the math? WOW!! What used to take months now takes hours and those are being trimmed down to minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurleygirl
    Exactally... One wouldn't believe how much time computers have saved 'my people' . I hate to see the art of drafting go by the wayside to AutoCAD but the math? WOW!! What used to take months now takes hours and those are being trimmed down to minutes.
    100x100 matrices is simple to add...but when come to multiply....i think I must surrender....and the echelon matric...yes, the compute era really makes man goes..
    AutoCAD is cool...yes the art of drafting not there but this thing can build 3D figures...proE is much more better than AutoCAD i think...

    but the art of drafting must be preserved...it's like photo in black n' white...the color photo is great but the black n' white photo is awesome...

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    Mmmm, doing 100x100 matic multiplication... the things saturday nights are made of... thank goodness that over with.

    Must say I like the autocad thing. Its soooo wikid seeing complete 3d models of stuff. Although the 3D renders from stuff like lightwave and rhino kick....
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinky98
    Mmmm, doing 100x100 matic multiplication... the things saturday nights are made of... thank goodness that over with.
    meaning?...

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    Meaning it would take up your whole life trying that. And you would have no life apart from that.
    ie. meaning it would take a long time to multiple 100x100 matrices!
    Mike

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    oh..that...I know that already...I just pretend didn't know your meaning...

    //and don't trust me..I'm just kidding..I can't get it if you didn't explain it..

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    Re: Hot Geeks

    I've never used proE... I'll do some poking around for that one, mrRee
    GO TECH GO!!

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    Re: Hot Geeks

    Quote Originally Posted by mrRee

    Originally Posted by mrRee
    wow...100x100 matrices...i wonder how people solve them before the computer ages...maybe one week to solve that,,,
    I hate to say that, but they did obviously use the "rain man" and other people who have autism syndrom... :eek
    "UNIX is simple; it just takes a genius to understand its simplicity!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurleygirl
    I've never used proE... I'll do some poking around for that one, mrRee
    proE can render 3D object much better than AutoCAD..but much more trickier than AutoCAD...I used to be CAM programmer, but now I obviously out of the path

    Quote Originally Posted by dimm_coder
    I hate to say that, but they did obviously use the "rain man" and other people who have autism syndrom... :eek
    heh...they have to..

    //how's the geeks, don't let them cold...(I'd been warned to stick to the topic..so this is just the sticker)..

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    Re: Hot Geeks

    Thank god for the DXF eh GG ?

    They don't realise you're trying to use real applications to do real things.

    Hey, I know what it's like. I write software for TV companies (i.e. real-time subtitles).

    There is a whole world of difference in writing pieces of software like Word and pieces of software that actually have to do something REALLY important - like keep a bridge up, or present subtitles to a nation.

    Mind you if my software fails at least people won't die (like in the case a bridge collapses).

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    Re: Hot Geeks

    Quote Originally Posted by darwen
    Mind you if my software fails at least people won't die (like in the case a bridge collapses).
    I've a civil engg background and i feel bad about it ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by exterminator
    I've a civil engg background and i feel bad about it ..
    About your background or the ability to kill hundreds with one faulty design?
    GO TECH GO!!

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    ...or DID you actually "kill hundreds with one faulty design"? (Because then I could well understand you feeling bad.
    Mike

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    BTW gurleygirl, are you gonna show us those pics?
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    Re: Hot Geeks

    Quote Originally Posted by che_rish
    BTW gurleygirl, are you gonna show us those pics?
    I asked her too... but she said she didn't took one. Only heir cousine
    I am not offering technical guidiance via email or IM
    Come on share your photo with us! CG members photo album!
    Use the Code Tags!

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