2011-10-21 03:13 - General

Programs from the past, part three!

This is an "MS Paint" style of program written in March of 1996. I remember it as the result of a contest between myself and a high school friend, to be completed over the summer (though that summer bit may be wrong, with the rather reliable start date of March). I remember that he didn't even make anything, so I handily won.

It was a bit simplistic, and as demonstrated (though perhaps time has hindered it a bit as well, running in a virtual machine as it was for this demo) it has its share of bugs. But I felt proud at the time to have made that much, as a 15 year old.

Again, source for the curious: https://gist.github.com/1303019

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