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Personal Bidding System Is there such a thing?

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Posted 2015-August-27, 20:59

View Postbiggerclub, on 2015-July-22, 16:37, said:

Thanks for the suggestions. Bridge Buff looks like it won't work as I am Windows 8 now. Blue Chip does not seem to fit the purpose either. It was a shot in the dark at best.

/s/ biggerclub, aka the mad scientist of bidding

While I would doubt that Bridge Buff will fit your bill, I doubt that Windows 8 or 10 compatibility would be the reason. (Actually I have no direct experience with Windows 10. I am not upgrading now because the VITA/TaxAide volunteers who prepare tax returns will not use the new system on the job for security reasons.) Windows 8 and 10 were designed to be backwards compatible with most previous Windows programming. I think the problem is probably cosmetic. Bridge Buff is not testing their product for the newer Windows, since their production run is over and at present their main purpose is to unload remaining inventory.

I am neither a computer geek nor an authority on Windows.
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Posted 2015-December-12, 01:15

Hi, you may try it if you want to build a system for computer http://www.google.it...er+%28bridge%29
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Posted 2015-December-21, 20:25

View Postbarmar, on 2015-August-15, 02:20, said:

6,000 lines of code in a language like C is not very much. But each rule in the GIB bidding system corresponds to something like a dozen or more lines of C code.


Now I got it, the programming of Gib is really a tough work.
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