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targetfanttthat (90)

So. This is a C project I have been thinking about this whole week.

I will try my best to explain it.

So, basically, this project will have 4 dimensions(I might add more). Each dimension has it's own logic and memory management, as well as memory allocated.

Within each "dimension", there will be ports. Each port will be used for storing something certain that the user wants it to store.

Each port will have there own "signal" which other ports can "connect" to and analyze the "connected" ports information.

Each port will be used for something different and will have there own connection key.
Each dimension will have a whole different set of ports. Each dimension, as well, will have a signal for other dimensions to "connect" to if the other dimensions' ports' want to access the "connected" dimensions' port data.

Very confusing. But I am hoping it will pull off.

What is the point?
I am hoping to create a project that I can make a terminal project with in Python that uses this C project to store data very specifically but also securely.

I don't know how it'll go.

I am also open to inviting anyone(who knows C) to work on this project along with me!

Thoughts and or comments?

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Jakman (330)

Very very nice and high quality.

DynamicSquid (2253)

Don't really know what this is, but cool!

targetfanttthat (90)

@DynamicSquid Look at it like this:
Each dimension has it's own set of memory. Depending on what you want to store and how much memory you want to take would then depend on what dimension and port you use.
But if you want another ports information in the same or different dimension then you would have to connect to the dimensions "signal" then connect to the ports "signal" to extract the information.
I can't really explain. You'll see when I am done with it

dillonjoshua68 (43)

This only accepts bash commands ya? @targetfanttthat

TheForArkLD (617)

btw

can we make something by stekovaya?

Highwayman (1316)

This sounds cool! 😜

targetfanttthat (90)

@Highwayman What language do you mainly code in?

dillonjoshua68 (43)

About NodeJs, is it better to leans JS or is this fun too? @Highwayman

dillonjoshua68 (43)

And btw, do u recommend I learn c++ or java @Highwayman

Highwayman (1316)

1) NodeJS is really fun to learn
2) c++ then java. Makes the transition easier apparently
@dillonjoshua68