Started by toms, 18:49, 26 October 20
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Quote from: Bug Powell on 18:46, 18 July 21Of course, but nothing prevents to ask why it was not written in english. Or is it forbidden because people will be offended by a relevant question (hello targhan)?
Quote from: Bug Powell on 18:38, 18 July 21So, in your opinion, by asking publicly "why *someone* did *something*", it is agressive? Seriously?
Quote from: Bug Powell on 15:27, 18 July 21Why did roudoudou write his articles in french? does he think that people who are not french can not be interested by fdc programming? the cpc community will never grow up if you keep writing technical articles in a language that most people can not understand.
Quote from: lmimmfn on 23:25, 18 July 21English isnt some universal standard, going by population Chinese is a better language
Quote from: Gryzor on 16:41, 19 July 21How much ROM would you need to fit the chinese characters?
Quote from: norecess on 18:20, 19 July 21That said, @Bug Powell , there is an excellent resource for Amstrad CPC programming all in English (with an orientation on demomaking): http://cpctech.org.uk/ , created by @arnoldemu
Quote from: Animalgril987 on 20:44, 19 July 21@Gryzor : you need to know about 3000 characters to read a Chinese newspaper, so if you could represent each in 8 bytes like the English alphabet, you would need about 24k. However, in total, there are over 50,000 Chinese characters, meaning you would need over 400k.Therefore, the answer is " a LOT of ROMs"!
Quote from: Bug Powell on 22:47, 19 July 21Once again, CPC people you are too nervous.
Quote from: Bug Powell on 22:47, 19 July 21Where is the drama? If asking a question is a drama or not polite...
Quotedoes he think that people who are not french can not be interested by fdc programming? the cpc community will never grow up if you keep writing technical articles in a language that most people can not understand.
Quote from: m_dr_m on 16:31, 19 July 21Great point. Maybe we should start writing in Mandarin to promote interest and ignite a Chinese scene (edit: it seems pretty big already. http://cpc.people.com.cn/)
Quote from: Bug Powell on 18:47, 20 July 21Seriously, who would like to join a discord channel for which you have to beg for it?
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