New 'member_project' tag with DarkGreen (was Magenta) Color


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New 'member_project' tag with DarkGreen (was Magenta) Color

Hi wisecracker,

Thank you for posting this.

Reference: Q: Is SQRT(n) possible in a POSIX...

I think I will create a new tag for these kind of "tutorials" or "fun projects" similar to the "solved" tag which changes the color to blue; but the "member_project" tag would turn the color to green.

Any ideas or suggestions before I code this?
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Hi Neo...
Thanks for the comments...
I hadn't even thought about it. I only do these tasks because when searching there are SOOO many people asking for solutions to problems like these.
I really love it when one of our big guns modify the ideas to make them better, the GOTO fun project is but one.
I don't look at the subtleties like the pros' do as I am more interested in solving them, usually relatively naively.
The PURE ksh[93] DFT is a prime example on here too, boy did I learn a lot from Corona688 there.
They are mainly for the AMIGA because we don't have these luxuries on that platform. My next challenge for a POSIX shell is a DWT, (Discrete Wavelet Transform), already done for AMIGA Python 1.4.0 right up to current 3.8.0 on any platform because 'pywt' was not even around for the AMIGA. We don't have 'numpy' or 'scipy' or any others so I do these primarily for that machine.
I love the idea of a vivid colour like MAGENTA because if a problem is searched for and the researcher is pointed to here it catches one's eye. It only needs to plant the idea to the researcher and, (if bright enough), [s]he should be able to do the rest.

I will add to this thread a simple idea for find the SQRT of a pseudo-floating point number and its limitations.
I not bothering with complex number solutions as no genius is required for that modification, especially after I have mentioned how to do it.

And to finish, a great idea.

Bazza...
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I love the idea of a vivid colour like MAGENTA because if a problem is searched for and the researcher is pointed to here it catches one's eye. It only needs to plant the idea to the researcher and, (if bright enough), [s]he should be able to do the rest. .....
OK Done. MAGENTA it is. Let me know if you see any bugs.

Tag threads with "member_project" for MAGENTA .

Announcement here:

Code:
https://www.unix.com/what-is-on-your-mind-/282844-new-member_project-tag-magenta-color-new-post.html

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New 'member_project' tag with DarkGreen (was Magenta) Color

From this thread:

https://www.unix.com/shell-programmi...-new-post.html

I have implemented a new tag for member projects.... the "member_project" tag, which will color the thread title [COLOR="Magenta"]Magenta[/COLOR]. DarkGreen

So, if you post a personal coding project (not a question and answer thread), and you want to highlight it, please add the 'member_project' tag. Feel free to do this on any and all of your prior posted projects as well.

I have tagged this thread "member_project" as an example.

Enjoy.
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Terrific...


Boy o' boy, does it catch your eye or does it catch your eye!
(Yes the phrase is correct.)
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Haha yes maybe too much "eye catching" LOL
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Ouch, I can hardly look at it Smilie
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