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You wrote a Operating System?!?!?! Where is it? What's it like? Also, do you have the simulated object code available? I'd like to see it.

Yes, I wrote part of Windows. You are probably using it. Our FTC library is publicly available here. http://proj.titanrobotics.net/hg/Ftc/20 ... 68b/ftclib
Notice how every module has a structure defined and every function in the module has the structure passed to it by reference. That's very similar to how object oriented languages such as C++ is used.


Cool! What part? Which edition? I've used Windows XP exstensively, Windows 7 about half as much, and I've played with Windows 8 Release preview a bit. Your libraries look interesting at first glance. I'll have more time to look at them after BrickWorld.

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Cool! What part? Which edition? I've used Windows XP exstensively, Windows 7 about half as much, and I've played with Windows 8 Release preview a bit. Your libraries look interesting at first glance. I'll have more time to look at them after BrickWorld.

Many parts. Many editions including Windows 8.


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thank u all for all advice


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fahd wrote:
thank u all for all advice


:biggrin: Your welcome!

MHTS wrote:
NeXT-Generation wrote:
Cool! What part? Which edition? I've used Windows XP exstensively, Windows 7 about half as much, and I've played with Windows 8 Release preview a bit. Your libraries look interesting at first glance. I'll have more time to look at them after BrickWorld.

Many parts. Many editions including Windows 8.


So, do you work for Microsoft or something?

P.S. Halfway to Senior Roboticist! :D

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Hey All,

Please keep this thread limited to discussion around fahd's original post. There's plenty of other places on the forums for all of the other discussion topics going on here :)

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