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oric_dan

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Dec 08, 2012, 09:56 am Last Edit: Dec 08, 2012, 06:48 pm by oric_dan(333) Reason: 1
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But if I have continuing problems, I'll start another thread, rather than hijack this one.


Too late, that horse is dead, the bird has flown, the Arduino Wikipedia idea has been throttled
repreatedly, and we're back to endlessly answering the some-old questions. At least I got
my Mega R3 board installed and running now.

SurferTim

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Too late, that horse is dead, the bird has flown, the Arduino Wikipedia idea has been throttled
repreatedly, and we're back to endlessly answering the some-old questions. At least I got
my Mega R3 board installed and running now.

I just added my fourth article in the playground.
http://playground.arduino.cc/Code/Email

For those who did not understand my earlier post, let me put it in a way programmers will understand.
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char Playground[] = "wiki";


WizenedEE


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Too late, that horse is dead, the bird has flown, the Arduino Wikipedia idea has been throttled
repreatedly, and we're back to endlessly answering the some-old questions. At least I got
my Mega R3 board installed and running now.

I just added my fourth article in the playground.
http://playground.arduino.cc/Code/Email

For those who did not understand my earlier post, let me put it in a way programmers will understand.
Code: [Select]
char Playground[] = "wiki";




What about
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class Playground : Wiki {
public:
  static const bool isOnArduinoSite = true;
// don't need to override anything else
};

SurferTim

Great!!  :D
Except I would add two more public variables:
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public:
  static const bool isOnArduinoSite = true;
  static const bool isMyUserPasswordGood = true;
  static const bool isEverythingThereEditable = true;
// don't need to override anything else


PaulS

Code: [Select]
class Playground : Wiki {
It's better, in my opinion, to explicitly declare the type of inheritance (public or private) you want.

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