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August 12, 2008 2:57pm - Luca Fabbri - nickname: (keul)
> while not e(12)and q and not not x[0] in range(240) or not x[1] in range(240):

This line has something like "not not x[0]..."!

Another: you can write down what you want after a "]", like:
> x[0]in range(240)or not x[1]in range(240)

This way the code became VERY ugly, of course!
August 12, 2008 8:25am - pymike - nickname: (pymike)
Hi ffao,

I've been working on a newer version, and I've already figured out a few of the things below! The j(*(f+(0,))) is awesome, I'll borrow that :-)

Thanks for the interest :-)
August 11, 2008 9:26pm - ffao - nickname: (ffao)
Nice to be influencing a large number of pygme coders! (I see you borrowed the ((v&2)-1)*[1,2][v<3] thing) Mine's still shorter though, I think I picked a very simple algorithm to begin with (nobody commented about my favorite part of my algorithm yet, but it only saves a few keystrokes).

There's still something to be done though if you want to go for a lower byte count -- for example, j(f[0],f[1],0) is the same as j(*(f+(0,))) [isn't that pretty?]. Also, you can create a variable with the value 16 to save a few bytes. You could get rid of the variable s too, as the only method of it you use is s.fill(). So instead of s=h.set_mode([240]*2) do s=h.set_mode([240]*2).fill, and then call s() directly.
August 10, 2008 4:03pm - pymike - nickname: (pymike)
This one won't be getting sound, since it was made to be small.
August 10, 2008 12:02pm - qubodup - nickname: (qubodup) - 4/5
Fun!

Needs sounds though
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