Codename: Apocalypto Source Code v1.0 20101001T1200

Posted: October 1, 2010 by Jinkchak in Programming

Finally, the source code of Project Codename : Apocalypto has been released @ 1200 hours, Friday, October 1, 2010 AD, coinciding with the release of “Robot” AKA “Endhiran”. Coincidence or not, Endhiran will surely increase the Google page rank of this blog. Perhaps I should change the codename to “Endhiran” and see what happens. On second thought, let everything remain as it is…

Code Number : v1.0 20101001T1200

To view the source code, click on this link : http://codeviewer.org/view/code:1232

You will be directed to a code viewer, which supports Syntax highlighting. You will find a tab on the right corner of your window called details and settings. Click on it to open a drop-down menu. If you are in the mood for testing and debugging, click on the download link in this menu. Edit the code using a proper editor.

Please note that the GCC Compiler and Bloodshed Dev-C++ are not supported. If you have any queries, write to me…yeah ME!

In this program, I’ve used the concept of stacks. Please note that the maximum number of discs that can be stored in each stack is 15, because the pictorial representation of the stacks goes haywire if n>15. For some reason, I can’t get Turbo C (16-bit DOS) to run in full screen mode on my system. That’s why the towers are so close.

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