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Actors in programming.

An actor is everything used in creating levels that can be edited, interacted with and used. Actors are made up of many different components that involve everything from meshes to movements to collisions. 27 more words

Programming

Journal #196 - Chilling on Diwali with some work and movie

Today is Diwali, is a festival celebrated by Hindus, Skikhs, Jains and Newar Buddhists, and also a public holiday in Singapore.

I woke up quite early today, specifically set my alarm clock to go off at 7.30 am, because I was meeting my friend at Jurong Point for a movie called Chasing the Dragon, starring Andy Lau and Donnie Yen. 493 more words

Life Journey

QED calculation on RDKit 2017.09 #RDKit

QED (quantitative estimate of drug-likeness ) is an one of score of drug likeness reported by Hopkins group.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22270643

The author provided QED calculator for pipeline pilot. 183 more words

Programming

Horizontal bar chart with 3 encodings using matplotlib

This chart explains the gender difference in school performance based on different states of india. Full project report

  • 1st Encoding (lines): median values of performance for boys and girls…
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Programming

ImageView vs AppCompatImageView

I’d had a problem creating the program_item.xml item template for my PG project and kept digging until I had this thought that maybe it has something to do with the activity deriving from the LifecycleActivity. 349 more words

Android

Facebook Orders Drama Series With Kerry Washington Producing

via BCNN1:

Facebook is continuing its push into scripted programming with an order for a drama series that boasts “Scandal” star Kerry Washington among its executive producers,  111 more words

Entertainment

Actors and Objects

What are Actors?

An Actor is any object that can be placed into a level. Actors are a generic Class that support 3D transformations such as translation, rotation, and scale. 62 more words

Project 1 - Professional Practice