Random black dot drawing sceen saver. can quit and save pic w/ clear
- 8 years ago
- 10/10 (4 votes)
This is a truly astounding piece of software by Pieman3737, usually regarded as the earliest recorded evidence of his programming genius. In this groundbreaking release, we really see Pieman start to flower as he throws off the shackles of our lowly standard programming tactics, instead opting to use an intricate system of Lbl and Goto commands throughout the program, interweaving perfectly to form the art that we know of as BlackDot. You can feel the code sift and turn through your soul as the random number generator in the calculator churns, drawing dot after dot onto the graphscreen before your eyes, all while an ominous number grows in the top left, reminding you of your entropy.
In BlackDot, Pieman lays the groundwork for some of the most revolutionary movements in the programming community. Many scholars trace the origin of the theory of program flow to these three lines in this program:
And finally, Pieman cemented his legacy in programming history when he defied all of our societal standards of beauty and produced this stunning line of code:
If H≠0 and H≠1 and H≠2 and H≠3 and H≠4 and H≠5 and H≠6 and H≠7 and H≠8 and H≠9:Goto A
All in all, this is a truly revolutionary program, and a piece of art that should be preserved and celebrated. I highly recommend experiencing the bliss of BlackDot if you have never seen it.
- BlackDot (published 8 years ago; 2015-11-25 15:30 UTC)