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19:07:04: <impomatic> Hi :-)
19:12:00: <Doxin> hello all
19:12:28: <impomatic> Hi Doxin
19:12:46: <Doxin> heya impomatic. whatcha up to?
19:16:08: <impomatic> I'm writing a bot for Color Robot Battle, a 35 year old programming game http://corewar.co.uk/colorrobotbattle.htm
19:16:37: <Doxin> sounds like fun!
19:17:12: <impomatic> It's really easy to learn. No trigonometry required (like most other robot based programming games)
19:17:39: <Doxin> hmm
19:19:46: <Doxin> impomatic: I wonder why that is? most trig is pretty trivial.
19:20:32: <impomatic> Only if it's built into the language. Otherwise it's a pain.
19:20:56: <Doxin> well sure it'd be a massive pain to define sin/cos/whatnot by hand :P
19:21:29: <LexiciScriptor> can't you just use dot product?
19:23:02: <impomatic> LexiciScriptor: Probably in a programming game based on a real programming language like Robocode, Berrybots or Scalatron.
19:23:18: <impomatic> But most tend to use a small domain specific language
19:24:59: <LexiciScriptor> true, maybe it's a fun topic to explore