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Re: Application of Looping

on Sun Aug 19, 2018 10:53 am
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Jericho wrote:Can this timer can do without module ?
Yes, any program can run without modules. But then, module is considered because it makes our program structured.
mas maayos kapag may module

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Re: Application of Looping

on Sun Aug 19, 2018 12:50 pm
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Jericho wrote:Can this timer can do without module ?
Yes, any program can run without modules. But then, module is considered because it makes our program structured.
mas maayos kapag may module

yes pwede siya mag run pero kaya may module para siguro mas umikli yung program natin at maging structured

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Re: Application of Looping

on Sun Aug 19, 2018 1:33 pm
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kylenicole wrote:
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Jericho wrote:Can this timer can do without module ?
Yes, any program can run without modules. But then, module is considered because it makes our program structured.
mas maayos kapag may module

yes pwede siya mag run pero kaya may module para siguro mas umikli yung program natin at maging structured

mas maganda may module para pag may mali ka mas madali mo mahanap

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Re: Application of Looping

on Sun Aug 19, 2018 6:17 pm
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Asdfghjkl wrote:
Jung kook wrote:
Jung kook wrote:Ang iniimagine ko. Paano nag kakaroon ng 1-second delay ang clock program?

Imagine, wala pang program na clock ang computer. Paano neto nalalaman yung 1-second delay?

/naningkit/

hmmmmm



Sagutin ko din. Para plus points BWAAHHHAHAHHAHAHA

Ayun, nasearch ko to.

To tell time, the clock uses a quartz crystal oscillator that creates a stable, periodic electromagnetic signal or vibration. By counting the vibrations, the computer can tell the time. [PDF] The RTC is powered by a very small battery (usually lithium) that keeps it running even when the computer is off. That way, when you turn the computer back on, the time is still set.

Bale, may physical hardware pala na nag vivibrate para ma determine ang per second. Built-in na pala sya. Tas from that distinguished 1 second delay. Makaka buo ka na ng clock program. (Yes, distinguished)

HAHAHAHAHA parang nagets ko na hindi😂
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thanks crystalyn very good research hehe at negegets ko rin ang gumugulo sa isip ni jung kook. So yun na nga, pano nag karoon na ng 1 sec delay eh yung program nga na binbuo natin eh timer? tama ba? ok pasok tayo dun sa 1 sec delay module, ang laman nun eh nested loops din. ganito kasi gumawa ng delay, for instance kayang magcountdown ng processor mo ng 1billion in 100 milliseconds then do it 10 times so now meron ka nang 1 second delay bago gawin yung susunod na dapat gawin depende sa flowchart gets na ba?

/bumulong/

(Seeeer, ako po yung nag research ng sagot sa tanong ko po)


HAHAHAHHAHHHAAHHAHHAAH XD ayaw palampasin yung credits eh XD

Ahm ser pero 'diba iba-iba ang specs ng PC? Paano kung mas mabilis pa sa 1 billion in 100 milliseconds yung kayang i-countdown?
Edi ibig-sabihin kada PC, iba-iba yung 'pag distinguish ng 1 second? Kasi may mabagal na PC tsaka mabilis na PC ee.
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Re: Application of Looping

on Mon Aug 20, 2018 1:18 pm
Jung kook wrote:
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Asdfghjkl wrote:
Jung kook wrote:
Jung kook wrote:Ang iniimagine ko. Paano nag kakaroon ng 1-second delay ang clock program?

Imagine, wala pang program na clock ang computer. Paano neto nalalaman yung 1-second delay?

/naningkit/

hmmmmm



Sagutin ko din. Para plus points BWAAHHHAHAHHAHAHA

Ayun, nasearch ko to.

To tell time, the clock uses a quartz crystal oscillator that creates a stable, periodic electromagnetic signal or vibration. By counting the vibrations, the computer can tell the time. [PDF] The RTC is powered by a very small battery (usually lithium) that keeps it running even when the computer is off. That way, when you turn the computer back on, the time is still set.

Bale, may physical hardware pala na nag vivibrate para ma determine ang per second. Built-in na pala sya. Tas from that distinguished 1 second delay. Makaka buo ka na ng clock program. (Yes, distinguished)

HAHAHAHAHA parang nagets ko na hindi😂
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thanks crystalyn very good research hehe at negegets ko rin ang gumugulo sa isip ni jung kook. So yun na nga, pano nag karoon na ng 1 sec delay eh yung program nga na binbuo natin eh timer? tama ba? ok pasok tayo dun sa 1 sec delay module, ang laman nun eh nested loops din. ganito kasi gumawa ng delay, for instance kayang magcountdown ng processor mo ng 1billion in 100 milliseconds then do it 10 times so now meron ka nang 1 second delay bago gawin yung susunod na dapat gawin depende sa flowchart gets na ba?

/bumulong/

(Seeeer, ako po yung nag research ng sagot sa tanong ko po)


HAHAHAHHAHHHAAHHAHHAAH XD ayaw palampasin yung credits eh XD

Ahm ser pero 'diba iba-iba ang specs ng PC? Paano kung mas mabilis pa sa 1 billion in 100 milliseconds yung kayang i-countdown?
Edi ibig-sabihin kada PC, iba-iba yung 'pag distinguish ng 1 second? Kasi may mabagal na PC tsaka mabilis na PC ee.
oh my bad Shocked yes iba iba ang paggawa ng 1 second delay, it depends sa bilis ng processor.
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