Coding question

Dimidium

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I just wanted to know, how many lines of code do you think Exiled Kingdoms has as of the most current version. David, lets have a few guesses before you answer, IF you answer (you don't have to)

I am going to guess a nice round number: 2000
 

DavidBVal

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Whoever gets closer will receive a free vacation at the Sydarun quarry, all expenses covered by the Kingdom of Mercia.
 

Board Troll

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David is so good at coding that he's probably still under 100 lines of code. If coding was martial arts, he'd be kung fury.
 

Dimidium

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DavidBVal":3w5734rk said:
It's just one very long line, actually. :mrgreen:

This is exactly what I thought after reading Mr. Troll's post.

Pseudo-code would be:

Fun = DavidBVal * EK
 

feldon

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I wonder which has more characters, the game code or the wiki code?

I would like to petition David for a secret lake house located near the Golden Apple Tree. Access is only granted to those who can answer 20 ridiculously tough game content and lore questions. It would be the in game version of a reward for the Loreseekers.
 

Dimidium

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feldon":34k5unh4 said:
I wonder which has more characters, the game code or the wiki code?

I would like to petition David for a secret lake house located near the Golden Apple Tree. Access is only granted to those who can answer 20 ridiculously tough game content and lore questions. It would be the in game version of a reward for the Loreseekers.

Maybe Loreseekers could get an award anyway?
 

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A bazillion lines of code written in eighth dimensional space, all drifting in and out of reality - some making low chuckling noises, others whispering promises of swampdonkeys, others still hiding in closets in empty rooms, telling lies to the spiders.
 

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