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  • lionleaf: Wow! That looks amazing. Love what looks like a white cube that vanishes in the beginning too.
  • nystrand: @alien: with(x) puts x in the scope so that you don't have to write the "x." part of x.fillRect, x.translate etc. So, it only saves bytes if you have more than 3 functions in x you want to call.
  • N0va: Very nice!

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  • alien: How can you add T a numer, isn't T a defined function?
  • iverjo: frame is a number that starts at 0 and increases by 1 for each frame (this is actually a somewhat "hidden" feature in dwitter, and can be used as an alternative to t). T is initially a defined function (by dwitter), but the code in this dweet sets T to something else before a number is added to it. x[i=frame]=300 has the same result as i=frame,x[i]=300 because i=frame returns the new value of i
  • alien: D:!!!! @iverjo thxs

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