By using a random number generator with a list of preprogrammed responses and timings?
@BigJohnson86, my fellow coder
@BigJohnson86, bruh you’re a genius
@BigJohnson86, I doubt it’s even RNG. I bet it’s a set sequence of preprogrammed responses
@waymo , looks like a scripted loop to me
@Ray213, don’t you dare insult me like that. I learned how to code. I am not a coder. I’m an EE
@LtUncle, meh if I took the time to write a sequence I’d take the time to randomize. It’s a whole line of code extra
@BigJohnson86, as I fellow EE, I understand perfectly. I am just saying this video seems like a scripted series of steps that tells a story.
@BigJohnson86, its the waving of the white flag that makes me think its supposed to be a battle followed by a surrender, and then repeats. Also if it was random, probably norm distribution, we would have most like seen atleast 1 repeat unless he has dozens of more scenarios... in which case...I wanna see more!
@BigJohnson86, *chuckles in ECE* look at this circuit monkey, doesnt even know the structure of a microprocessor
@LtUncle, no you just load a sequence in with a finite set of steps in an if then statements or a for loop and upon exit activate the wave the white flag. This could easily just be an in order sequence but a randomized number is only one line and would make it more enjoyable in its unpredictability
@Hoban Washburne, *starts angrily banging wrenches together*
@BigJohnson86, nah i was pokin fun at the EE comment. i agree this is a static sequence. has personality to it
This has such a nice loop, it looks like it ju st never stops
One time that little hand thing is holding a gun.... that'd be sweet.
I love this
onv thats fvcken funny
Because animation can add personality to anything.