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RE: Three letter word before "is" crashes the app?
I can't reproduce error. (Ipad3, 6.1.3 ios)

RE: Line segments intersection? (SOLVED)
The (pseudo)code snippet there:
def ccw(A,B,C):
return (C.yA.y) * (B.xA.x) > (B.yA.y) * (C.xA.x)Return true if line segments AB and CD intersect
def intersect(A,B,C,D):
return ccw(A,C,D) != ccw(B,C,D) and ccw(A,B,C) != ccw(A,B,D)Looks pretty interesting(and pretty concise!) I will try that.

RE: Keyboards
Thanks will look into it. I have a Marware carbon fibre case which is really good and was £20, so I am a bit loath to change it!
(P.s. it's not REAL carbon fibre;) 
RE: Line segments intersection? (SOLVED)
Okay Coder123, that's slightly easier! :)

RE: Line segments intersection? (SOLVED)
This sorta works...
<pre>
#line1...
xd= line1[2]line1[0]
yd= line1[3]line1[1]
g1=yd/xd
c1=line1[1](g1*line1[0])
#formula is y= g1 * x + c1#line2...
xd2= line2[2]line2[0]
yd2= line2[3]line2[1]
g2=yd2/xd2
c2 = line2[1]  (g2 * line2[0])
#formula is y= g2 * x + c2both formulas will be equal at the intersection,
i.e. one minus the other equals zero
(g1 * x) + c1  (g2 * x)  c2 = 0
#solve for x...
xinter = (c2c1) / (g1g2)but is xinter somewhere in the correct range?
eg the range of one of the lines x bounds
note: needs work as needs to limit to overlapping x range
if xinter in range(line1[0],line1[2]):
return True
else:
return False
</pre> 
RE: Line segments intersection? (SOLVED)
I just sketched this out using linear equations and it worked, and it seems like others on the web do the same  find the point where both linear equations equal each other ( or if they don't, then your lines don't intersect)
Nice example here :
http://keisan.casio.com/has10/SpecExec.cgi?id=system/2006/1223519249
But wonder if something more elegant using the "in" function for rectangles might work...hmmm 
RE: A* Pathfinding
Thanks, this looks very interesting. You get an A* for working this out! :)