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10-24-2003, 08:25 AM
Can somebody explain to me how to use the libraries used by Two Dimes?
I am not really used to the visual based environments like Java. Actually, before I did all my calculations with Pascal (really old).
Does anyone have a projectfile that does just that as the Twodimes/poker-page? If I had that I can try to find a way to use these things.

Thanks in advance

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10-24-2003, 01:48 PM
there are libraries at brecware (http://www.brecware.com/Software/software.html) and at sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pokersource/)

10-25-2003, 09:37 AM
Thanks, the sourceforge I had already found.
But actually, finding these libraries is not the problem.
I am not used to c++, I learned pascal some time ago, but all those object-visual-based environments is my problem: I still have to find out how to use these things.
Could you please provide me of an example working program (the Delphi-version I would like most of course, but I think I can manage to understand Java). Then I can get through the code and see how to use these libraries.
Thank you very much.

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10-31-2003, 06:25 PM
Ya know, twoplustwo is probably the wrong place for this post. Take a look at the sourceforge page and you'll find a mailing list for the libraries creators. In the open source software world people are usually pretty happy to help, though this mailing list isn't very active. (I've been invoved in OSS for years.) You know, the source files will compile pretty much anywhere?

If anyone's interested, I created a Flash GUI frontend to the libraries. Gotta love open source.


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