The animation in BALLS50.EXE shows 50 balls bouncing around inside a box. Now, the percentage of the balls on each side of the box remains more near 50%. There are rarely more than 65% of the balls on one side of the box at a time. However, this animation has been "rigged" so that after about 50 seconds, all of the balls are on one side of the box at the same time. I estimate that if this animation were not rigged, this event would be seen only once every 50 million years (on the average). After this unusual event, the balls again return to random motion inside the box.
The animation in SMILE.EXE is like BALLS50.EXE, except that the unusual event is a smiley face.
The program recognizes the following commands:
|freeze||F||Smile program only: the animation stops at the smiley face.|
|F||Smile program only: the animation stops at the smiley face.|