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  1. @Token = Yea i'm trying to get the canvas the same size as the rs one.
  2. The fixed client size for osbot is smaller than other clients, e.g runscape client, runelite, etc... I was wondering if it was possible to change the osbot fixed client size without the use of resizable mode.
  3. Sup, I am just wondering if someone could recommend the best framework for me to start with to build a web application I have an idea about. I've been programming in Java for about 6 years now (Current Masters student in CS), and know cpp, python, and etc.. But I never touched web dev stuff really besides maybe a little js and HTML. Thus I am looking for recommendations for frameworks/stacks that I could easily grasp and start taking off with?
  4. Maybe overkill but look up some classes on Foundations of Computer science or Computer theory, specifically topics in regular expressions and finite state automata. If you're like me and like the theory behind CS concepts, that's the specific area that deals with regex. Then move on to language-specific syntax and implementations.
  5. Old picture, curious if anyone could recreate it. Need a black and white (current color)/ and a colored one (Royal purple shield, Blue waves, black/grey rock, tan scroll..). https://imgur.com/a/PGQCF
  6. pats nation, eat a dick
  7. Just finessed an internship at Raytheon for software engineering this summer. From my talk with them, it seems that I will be exclusively be using C/C++. I'm finishing my Junior year in University and I have mainly been using Java and haven't really touched C/C++ in over a year. Was wondering you guys would have some projects that you would recommend that touches on a lot of concepts in C++/C so that I can re-familiarize myself with it before the summer begins.
  8. I only play for a couple of days when I have a break during school, otherwise never.
  9. Problem is, the remove function in a PQ is linear and every time a min get removed, multiple objects get updated in the PQ. Thus many iterations of the whole PQ is needed
  10. So I have a problem where I have a set of objects with two fields. I need to be able to get the min object of the set at a fast time (using a custom comparator). The problem is, when I get the min object set, it changes the fields of some objects in my original set. Thus, the ordering of the set needs to be changed when I am done with the min object. To me it seems obvious to use a priority queue with a custom comparator, the problem is, the Priority Queue in Java doesn't have a change or decrease key operation. I have tried looking for other implementations online for a priority queue that uses a comparator with the decrease key operation but I cannot find one. Any help would be greatly appreciated at to how to approach this problem?
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