Hi Stryker and everone else, I wonder if you guys want to write any asm cgi's, I got a host that can display them, I think a lot of them, take that capability out of their cgi folder, And I create a cool way to take the fuss out of the post part, all that hexy crap,
Anyway I have that host to March 2003

http://busybeesolutions.com

Stryker made a great binary tree, maybe you might want to make a CGI one.

I'd just like my site get more use, and you all can make stuff you can show off in the click of a URL,
Hope to hear some interest



Andy
Posted on 2002-06-22 09:44:30 by andy981
Andy, the third degree polynomial doesn't work correctly:
http://busybeesolutions.com/cgi-bin/intro/poly.exe

1. Select third degree
2. Enter 4,3,2,1
3. Displays:
The polynomial entered is :
4x^3 + 3

The first derivative is :
12x^2 + 2
Posted on 2002-06-22 10:02:33 by bitRAKE
If I have the time, I'll port one simple BTrees. :)
Posted on 2002-06-22 10:12:37 by stryker
Nice site

By the way who's the host ?
Posted on 2002-06-22 11:11:01 by Gandalf
Thanks Stryker that would be great, you'll need to find some my posts on CGI to take care of the CGI part of it, but that would be Great!

Gandalf I got it on EBAY

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2033915007

Be careful of which package you get, you have to pay $50 setup fee, but one for $1.00 does not give you the extras another one gives you for $1.00 like MS SQL, but all the more expensive packages give you MS SQL, all your getting is more space and bandwidth.

You know what sucks about host's they often don't know al there capabilities are, or are reluctant to add stuff

Oh Well, I hope others get intersted in some Summer ASM CGI, I got the host, the post parser routine and a way to automate making endless strings for the html C program

Andy981
Posted on 2002-06-22 11:48:32 by andy981