Yesterday while browsing the web, I stumbled upon a blog where the author had written a post regarding what a computer scientist should know, in that list he had given links for further reading. One of these links was to a website [nand2tetris](http://nand2tetris.org/) where the goal is supposedly to build a modern computer from first principles! This seems very interesting to me, and I would like to ask whether anyone here has tried, or would recommend this project. In a video he says it could be completed in 12 weeks, is this an accurate estimate? If so I would perhaps …

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hey hey folks. I am making a tetris clone for my class project in college. langauge is XNA and I have run into a minor issue. When my bricks get to the bottom, rather than stack, they simply reset back up to the top. I have tried everything I can think of...to no avail. I have been working on this bad boy since about 2pm, its now 1:46 at the time of posting. I *THINK* the issue is somwhere inside my collision detection code way down at the bottom, but im not sure. any halp would surely be appreciated. variables …

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Is it possibile to display moving words in cobol?similar to tertris?thanks

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