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>Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 01:29:58 -0800
>From: David Zicarelli <zicarell {AT} cycling74.com>
>Subject: Re: [max-msp] re: Max 4 &+
>
>>It would be quite useful as well to have a function to fill the
>>out-border screen with a chosen colour.
>
>There's now a way to have colored backgrounds.
>
>David Z.



there has been a way for 2 years. http://www.m9ndfukc.org/nato.0+55+3d

and - we will sue cycling74 and the cycling74 programmer responsible if anything
is stolen - even j us t slightly.  

nn
















regarding addtl zicarelli filth [ue abs ador u]


nn typed


>David Zicarelli of Cycling74 [we license + we Thieving] Inc.
>
>>There are two reasons for maintaining floating-point signal buffers.
>>One is that converting float to integer (or vice versa) is one of the
>>most expensive operations in a computer. On the PowerPC it takes 19 instruction
>
>
>ABSOLUTE NONSENSE!
>
>
>     - NN how long have you been programming in c +?
>     - mo! +? mo! +? ! != program !n c. ! = program !n zvenzka zprach. 
>       however even I know that David Zicarelli is lying - again. 
>     - How. How do you know +?
>     - moment. (enter 01 other nn - wink) there are 3 instructions in our conversion routines.
>       but ____...  we don't steal. CYCLING74 DOES STEAL.                         
>
>
>
>       (enter 01 other nn - wink+u!nk. u l!ke dzat do u not +?)
>
>
>       REPEAT AFTER ME!!!!! YOU UANT 2222!!!!
>
>   
>       David Zicarelli is a LIAR!!!!!!!!
>
>
>                      David Zicarelli is a LIAR!!!!!!!!
>
>
>                                 David Zicarelli is a LIAR!!!!!!!!
>
>
>
>LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!LIAR!!!!!!!!
>
>
>      sol++. ! l!ke u 2. zkrrrrrrr. ! u!sh 2 l!ke 2 l!ke u evn mor. hlp mee!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>      ! UANT 2!!!!!!!!!!! ver!.ver!.verd!. !ez +? u u!l uont u +? 
>
>
>
>
>>There are two reasons for maintaining floating-point signal buffers.
>>One is that converting float to integer (or vice versa) is one of the
>>most expensive operations in a computer. On the PowerPC it takes 19 instruction
>
>
>Only if 1 is an inkompetent to!.  does that any ring any bells a +?
>you will you tell us what you were wearing today - won't you +? 
>
>ver!.ver!.verd! vr!!!endl!. nn
>rotat!ng m! prznl e!e komponentz at alef 1 rpm






then


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>
>Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 00:53:02 -0800
>From: David Zicarelli <zicarell {AT} cycling74.com>
>Subject: Re: [max-msp] re: buffer size and song playback
>
>>There are two reasons for maintaining floating-point signal buffers.
>>One is that converting float to integer (or vice versa) is one of the
>>most expensive operations in a computer. On the PowerPC it takes 19
>>instruction
>>cycle (a multiply, by comparison, takes 2).
>
>This is a lie. 



nn.z say - David Zicarelli is a CONSTANT SOURCE OF ENTERTAINMENT.
           h!z koztumz auss!. [1 muzt z dze $1 zupermarket rout!n outf!tz.sol+la]



           u uant 01 zun.dr!ed grasshopr +?  YES +? H!ER. 
           ! g!v 2 u dze flflflflfflatezt 01.



lv!ngl!.nn





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