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Joshua Gomez
Joshua Gomez

Hole In The Wall GUI



In early 1999, some colleagues and I sunk a computer into the opening of a wall near our office in Kalkaji, New Delhi. The area was located in an expansive slum, with desperately poor people struggling to survive. The screen was visible from the street, and the PC was available to anyone who passed by. The computer had online access and a number of programs that could be used, but no instructions were given for its use.




Hole In The Wall GUI


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Where to find it: Night markets across Taiwan. Shenkeng Old Street in New Taipei City is a whole street dedicated to stinky tofu, while Nanjichang, Tonghua, and Raohe Night Markets have Michelin-rated stinky tofu stalls.


What is it: In stew form, chunks of milkfish paste (similar to fish balls, but not ball shaped) are served in a thick broth. In soup form (pictured above), a whole chunk of milkfish comes in a clear, gingery broth.


What is it? Whole corn on the cobs bakes and brushed aggressively with a mixture of soy sauce, shacha sauce, sugar, garlic, and sesame oil. They may look blackened and brutalized by the time you eat it, but they are surprisingly tasty.


Taiwanese breakfast is a whole world of its own and one of the great pleasures of living in Taiwan. Since many a breakfast is enjoyed at the streetside in Taiwan (sometimes from 24-hour breakfast shops!), I also include these ubiquitous Taiwanese breakfast foods in my the list.


We rediscuss the entropy of a charged dilaton-axion black hole for both the asymptotically flat and non-flat cases by using the thin film brick-wall model. This improved method avoids some drawbacks in the original brick-wall method such as the small mass approximation, neglecting the logarithm term, and taking the term L 3 as the contribution of the vacuum surrounding the black hole. The entropy we obtain turns out to be proportional to the horizon area of the black hole, conforming to the Bekenstein-Hawking area-entropy formula for black holes.


In the game, many challenging walls come from the curtains for you to survive. There are 3 teams: the Red team, the Blue team and the Yellow team. There is also a Spectators team for people who just joined or for people after a round ends. Every time you make it past a wall, your team gets a point. Then, after everyone has gone, there are team walls where your whole team has to participate and get through the wall.


Aaden's Towers of Nostalgia is his first decent game in RetroStudio. When you enter the game, you enter a "Ring Select", where you can use it to traverse to different "Rings", and events that took place. When you entered Ring 1, you would be put into a lobby. One way led to the cat therapy, which used to have a glitched zombie model in it, but was removed later. It also had Not Even a Tower's portal behind a wall in it some time later. Another way led to the credits. This was never updated though. Next led to the Viewing Area, where you could view all the towers from the lobby. This soon had an updates board, a shop (where you could buy items to help you in towers), and soon an outside section, when the lobby had a quick revamp. The last section in the lobby is the towers area. This is where all the portals to towers would be, and home of the game's difficulty chart. This area (and the lobby) had a revamp, and all the tower portals were moved into seperate rooms instead of being bunched up in a cramped space. Soon later, aadenboy was getting demotivated with the game, and thought it wasn't meeting his standards, so he threw the game into a single model, put it into the Teams folder, and remade the game entirely. The new lobby is now on ocean rather than on a floating island. You would enter a small cave, which is where both Beginner and Intermediate towers would lie. If you go on the cave, you would find both Advanced and Psychologically Unsafe tower areas. The only tower ever added to this remake was an intermediate tower. After that, the game barely got any updates, being abandoned in the end.


This game was the first game to be made where you were small. The game was first a simple house where you could go into the sink, touch a knife, bounce on the bed, and not be allowed out. The game spiked in popularity, and the owner messed around with Kohl's Admin. It was then given an update. The living room was here. Sadly, barely anyone joined after that. The living room consisted of a giant Slamo (JToH's old mascot) with a broom, a table with a TV (sus), cup with water, and robux, and a chair infront of it. Did I mention there was also memes on the wall?


This game is a recreation of Hole in the Wall. The game had a very similar lobby to it. and when i mean similar I mean almost the same. The game used to use walls welded to a part that would move on a conveyor. This caused problems, as the walls were pushable, and tended to break at times. Not to mention that it also had hinges, which never teleported, and would launch back. Oh! About teleporting, the walls would be teleported to a small baseplate. Soon, someone in the Retro Dev discord mentioned that moving parts can have multiple positions, and don't have to be named Point1 and Point2 while aadenboy was trying to figure out how to make moving parts work like that. He then updated the game to use moving parts, and it was working splendidly. Then the game was abandoned. The end.


1994 AyRay Incident is a PM 6:06 like game, with the walls being smiles and the ground and ceiling being total black. The game only has two levels as of right now and may be updated to have more. Only time can tell.


Compute a basis representation for homology spaces after a mesh hasbeen generated. The first expression-list is a list ofdimensions whose homology bases are computed; if empty, all bases arecomputed. The second expression-list is a list physical groupsthat constitute the computation domain; if empty, the whole mesh isthe domain. The third expression-list is a list of physicalgroups that constitute the relative subdomain of relative homologycomputation; if empty, absolute homology is computed. Resulting basisrepresentation chains are stored as physical groups in the mesh.


Clear the mesh, i.e. delete all the nodes and elements, for the entitiesdimTags, given as a vector of (dim, tag) pairs. If dimTags isempty, clear the whole mesh. Note that the mesh of an entity can only be clearedif this entity is not on the boundary of another entity with a non-empty mesh.


Add a request to compute a basis representation for homology spaces (iftype == "Homology") or cohomology spaces (if type =="Cohomology"). The computation domain is given in a list of physical group tagsdomainTags; if empty, the whole mesh is the domain. The computationsubdomain for relative (co)homology computation is given in a list of physicalgroup tags subdomainTags; if empty, absolute (co)homology is computed.The dimensions of the (co)homology bases to be computed are given in the listdim; if empty, all bases are computed. Resulting basis representation(co)chains are stored as physical groups in the mesh. If the request is addedbefore mesh generation, the computation will be performed at the end of themeshing pipeline.


Add a plane surface in the built-in CAD representation, defined by one or morecurve loops wireTags. The first curve loop defines the exterior contour;additional curve loop define holes. If tag is positive, set the tagexplicitly; otherwise a new tag is selected automatically. Return the tag of thesurface.


Add a volume (a region) in the built-in CAD representation, defined by one ormore shells shellTags. The first surface loop defines the exteriorboundary; additional surface loop define holes. If tag is positive, setthe tag explicitly; otherwise a new tag is selected automatically. Return thetag of the volume.


Add a plane surface in the OpenCASCADE CAD representation, defined by one ormore curve loops (or closed wires) wireTags. The first curve loop definesthe exterior contour; additional curve loop define holes. If tag ispositive, set the tag explicitly; otherwise a new tag is selected automatically.Return the tag of the surface.


Add a b-spline surface of degree degreeU x degreeV in theOpenCASCADE CAD representation, with pointTags control points given as asingle vector [Pu1v1, ... PunumPointsUv1, Pu1v2, ...]. If weights,knotsU, knotsV, multiplicitiesU or multiplicitiesVare not provided, default parameters are computed automatically. If tagis positive, set the tag explicitly; otherwise a new tag is selectedautomatically. If wireTags is provided, trim the b-spline patch using theprovided wires: the first wire defines the external contour, the others defineholes. If wire3D is set, consider wire curves as 3D curves and projectthem on the b-spline surface; otherwise consider the wire curves as defined inthe parametric space of the surface. Return the tag of the b-spline surface.


Add a Bezier surface in the OpenCASCADE CAD representation, withpointTags control points given as a single vector [Pu1v1, ...PunumPointsUv1, Pu1v2, ...]. If tag is positive, set the tagexplicitly; otherwise a new tag is selected automatically. If wireTags isprovided, trim the Bezier patch using the provided wires: the first wire definesthe external contour, the others define holes. If wire3D is set, considerwire curves as 3D curves and project them on the Bezier surface; otherwiseconsider the wire curves as defined in the parametric space of the surface.Return the tag of the Bezier surface.


Trim the surface surfaceTag with the wires wireTags, replacing anyexisting trimming curves. The first wire defines the external contour, theothers define holes. If wire3D is set, consider wire curves as 3D curvesand project them on the surface; otherwise consider the wire curves as definedin the parametric space of the surface. If tag is positive, set the tagexplicitly; otherwise a new tag is selected automatically. Return the tag of thetrimmed surface.


Add a volume (a region) in the OpenCASCADE CAD representation, defined by one ormore surface loops shellTags. The first surface loop defines the exteriorboundary; additional surface loop define holes. If tag is positive, setthe tag explicitly; otherwise a new tag is selected automatically. Return thetag of the volume. 041b061a72


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