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### Homework Of The Day:

Posted: January 7th, 2012, 7:48 pm
hey chili, you should re-write this, and give us a small amount of homework for coding everyday/every week/every lesson. would be cool and the people that answer should be able to give spoilers and stuff if you really don't know something and you can check if our homework is alright!

...Alright?¿

### Re: Homework Of The Day:

Posted: January 8th, 2012, 3:32 am
I do give you a coding exercise to do after the end of every video, bro. I could make up more stuff for you guys to do, but that would take away from the time I have to plan and record new lessons. Plus, it sounds suspiciously like something I like to call "too much work" .

### Re: Homework Of The Day:

Posted: January 8th, 2012, 9:22 am
okay haha

### Re: Homework Of The Day:

Posted: January 10th, 2012, 5:59 pm
hey Chili,

and I've done all the things that you showed in your lessons. I even did all the homework!
so, I thought the homework of lesson 6 would be really hard, but it wasn't! it was actually pretty easy.
now, I got it working but the box where the cursor is white isn't in the middle (check the picture) and the rest my cursor is red. I won't give any spoilers how I did it, but Chili, I would like you to give me the right Y and X coördinates for me to fix the white cursor box.

Picture:

I know I'm pro with paint.

### Re: Homework Of The Day:

Posted: January 11th, 2012, 1:34 am
Nice diagram bro (high five)!
I'm glad to hear that you finally downloaded the tools and worked through the exercises. Did the framework really take 2 hours to download? It's only a tiny zip file...

Anyways, your colors are backwards bro. That notwithstanding, I think you did pretty well. However, I think you may have solved the problem in a different way than I wanted you to. Tell you what: look for a topic called "Lesson 6 Solutions *SPOILERS*", and post your code in there. If the topic doesn't already exist, then create it. After looking at your code I'll give you some pointers.

### Re: Homework Of The Day:

Posted: January 11th, 2012, 6:52 am
*high fives!*

thanks yeah i meant the visual studio c++, not your tiny zip file to download it was fast, but it was 5,6 gb that was installed. I'll make the topic really quickly and post all my hard-coded-hard-worked stuff in there.

cya