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I like the idea. I like games. Heck, it seems everyone's first program was a tank game. I especially like the idea of code that plays against other code. Competative in a way that will allow us all of grow, not only on a 'neat Perl tricks' level, but also on algorithm design, etc.

This would probably be easier if we had a standard way for code to talk to each other to compete. Client/server like. That might be fun to code. And someone with more experience with modules could do one that makes all the communications a black box so you don't have to worry about it. (Though some people would insist or rolling their own. {grin}.)

Thoughts?

=Blue
...you might be eaten by a grue...


In reply to Re: A Monk's Quest, questions by Blue
in thread A Monk's Quest, questions by marvell

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