I've been searching on google, but cannot find anything basic. In it's most basic form, how is dual contouring (for a voxel terrain) implememted? I know what it does, and why, but cannot understand how to do it. JS or C# (preferably) is good....
I'm using the javax.script.* package of the JDK.  Specifically, I'm using the JavaScript engine, which, from what I've read, seems to be based on a Mozilla-developed JavaScript-in-Java interpreter called Rhino.  What I'm hoping to acc...
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This seems like it should be easy.  I've never used JScript before and I'm looking at the JScript api provided by microsoft but no luck.  Here's what I have:      var fso, tf; fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");...
For a while now, I have been using UltraEdit on my Windows box.  The ability to write scripts with a familiar language (JavaScript) has proved to be extremely useful.  The only problem is that I cannot use it on my Linux box at work.  Is there a comp...
Assume i have javascript object called "call" and i have stored some values in it and i want to access the same object "call" not values. This type of approach is it possible?   If yes plese explain with simple example.  I know there...
Are there any issues in having a large number (say 50) of script tags in an html file.  Does it cause any performance issues in page rendering times?  I have a section on my page that's pulling a geolocation point and putting this into an array f...
I am trying to write an Ant <scriptfilter...> to change occurrences of the string "__LINE__" to the correct line number in Java source files.  Does anyone have an example of using JavaScript (or some other embedded scripting language) t...
On a page that I visit, it has a slow-loading external script that occasionally takes so long that the page is basically unusable.  Disabling this script entirely removes some functionality, but it's better than nothing.  Is there a way I could u...
Below is valid javascript code:  <script>   foo();    function foo()   {     alert("foo");   } </script>   The function foo is invoked before its declaration. So, I think browser must load the whole block script before its executi...

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