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    Lightbulb Object game

    Hey guys,

    After checking out the topic "star design programs" I though of a new potential game.

    We're going to make a program together now it doesn't need to be a awesome object( could be ) but it should be written by all the active members together.

    Someone think of a fun object to make together, then start off, everyone that wants in should take over the code in the last code-reply and then add 1 to 3 statements(not lines but statements, so a loop with 2 statements are ok).

    Make sure its bug-free if you post it on the forum. No forks, its just for the fun anyway

    And remember to put comments in! and ofcourse tabs, enters, spaces, just the right format for readability

    Good idea?
    Last edited by Bryan; July 7th, 2010 at 04:06 AM.


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    Default Re: Object game

    might as well get started somewhere... I left off the imports because I was lazy and plus they would use up my 2 lines of actual code! Sorry about the messy kernel code (and I have no idea if it works)

    /**
     A simple test class for the JOCL library. Compiles a few kernels and runs them
     */
    public class JOCLTest
    {
        // A kernel that adds two lists of number together and stores the result into result
        public static String addList = "#pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_amd_fp64 : enable\n" + "__kernel void addList(__global double* listA, __global double* listB, __global uint length, __global double* result)\n" + "{int i = get_global_id(0);\nresult[i] = listA[i] + listB[i];}\n";
    }
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    /**
     A simple test class for the JOCL library. Compiles a few kernels and runs them
     */
    public class JOCLTest implements Runnable
    {
        // A kernel that adds two lists of number together and stores the result into result
        public static String addList = "#pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_amd_fp64 : enable\n" + "__kernel void addList(__global double* listA, __global double* listB, __global uint length, __global double* result)\n" + "{int i = get_global_id(0);\nresult[i] = listA[i] + listB[i];}\n";
     
        /**
        *Constructor
        */
        public JOCLTest(){
            super();
        }
        /**
        *Implementation of the Runnable interface
        */
        public void run(){
     
        }
    }

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