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Category:Filipino literature Category:English-language books Category:Philippine culture Category:Philippine poetry Category:Philippine literature Category:Philippine literature by languageIt was an entire month since the last announcement of a new “make me a sandwich” game, and this week’s devlog is a little late. This is mainly because of a couple of technical issues we’ve had to work out before we could release the new game. Steam release The biggest development this month has been updating the game to work on Steam. Getting the game on Steam is a pretty big deal for this game, because up until now, it’s only been sold through a flash-based game distribution system. That’s always been a little weird for us. Steam means we have more audience, more people to play with, and a whole bunch of new features. All of these things have been developing in the background, but now they’re here, and it’s going to be fun to get to see them all in action. Steam was also a big update for our third-party tech, which has allowed us to go even further than we had before, and release the game with a bunch of cool new features. If you’re interested in what these new features are, they’re pretty cool. For now, though, we just have to wait for them to get here. Onwards We still have a whole bunch of things on the way, and you can find a brief summary of the past two months of development below. There’s no set release date just yet. We’re going to get there eventually though. Sneak Peek This month, we’ve been focused on improving the user experience of the game, and delivering what we had promised. Here’s a sneak peak at what we’ve been working on for the last month. The next devlog will be a little longer, and we’ll talk about the new features that are on the way. Until then, keep your eyes open.Q: best way to handle multiple large csv files I have a situation where I need to parse a.csv file containing about 1 million lines and some of the fields are similar to others. My approach is: Read the first 200 records









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