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6th March, 2004 at 15:46:49 -

I don't care about C++, I got the extension makers to do that for me

 
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6th March, 2004 at 21:05:48 -

I started to learn DarkBasic a few days ago.

 
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6th March, 2004 at 21:22:43 -

you should take a look at the tutorials.. they are really easy to understand

 
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6th March, 2004 at 23:21:28 -

C++ really isn't as hard as everyone makes it out to be. If I ever get off of my butt and learn some more math stuff, then I just might start using it. Nice resources BTW.

 
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7th March, 2004 at 00:54:41 -

Hey guys, if you want to do hardcore code... dont bother with c++ go right to smalltalk.

You'r right Dogzer! But look at the downloads section... now if people are only willing to put that much effor tinto things that are *eas* what do you think they would do with something that might actually regire them to think? Hahaha just add water and a 200 hundred pound tomato.

 
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7th March, 2004 at 00:54:57 -

yeah thats what I get for not looking over the text...

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10th March, 2004 at 05:03:41 -

I just got the simplist compiler there was.
So far all I got is a few dos executables.

How do I make somthing run in windows?
(ie. Which (file).h do I include in the code?)




 
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11th March, 2004 at 09:39:44 -

cos its almoust impossible to learn the langue. Sure it would be great to know how to make c++, I even visited you links and I dont know what program to download, there is just to much. If you could give me the exact file to download, the files that I must have in order to make a program/game. That would be nice. An also is c++ a langue in it self or does it use htm or anything like that.

 
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11th March, 2004 at 09:42:54 -

It's really not that hard. All you have to do is spend months reading books on C++.

 
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11th March, 2004 at 13:14:14 -

To make something in Windows, you have to include Windows.h and use WinMain() instead of main(). Welcome to the nightmare world of Windows programming with handles and structures flying left right and centre.

The beauty of MMF is it's simplicity. You can insert an edit object just by dropping it in the frame. In C++ you have to write some code to create it, keep a handle to it somewhere so you can still read/modify it, write some code to destroy it at the end of the application, and every time you want to test something, you have to compile and fix any errors you've made.
Using an edit object in windows might not be 100% like that, it is easier if you sue dialog boxes, windows programming isn't my thing. It's a darn lot harder than just dropping it in the frame anyway.

 
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11th March, 2004 at 22:41:59 -

learn Java then learn C++ cause java is quiet easy to learn but it can prepare you to learn harder languages such as C++. (I'm learning it at the moment)

 
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11th March, 2004 at 22:59:36 -

Wtf, but isn't the whole purpose of tgf & mmf to make games easily withOUT any coding?

 

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12th March, 2004 at 00:32:39 -

why the hell are people even talking about using c++ on a "klik" related site???TAKE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE

 
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12th March, 2004 at 03:51:18 -

Making a game with MMF is like making a building outta wooden planks and instant cement. You can do simple decorations, shacks, houses, even schools. But the bigger it gets, the harder it is to keep up. You can do all sorts of stuff quickly, just as long as you don't try to build a massive factory or a skyscraper.

C++ is more like raw materials. You gotta shape it, modify it, and alloy the damn thing into concrete yourself. But once you've figured out how to do it, it's pretty smooth from there.

Now if only I could be bothered to learn C++.

 
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12th March, 2004 at 04:58:40 -

A.C software, the site isn't just 'klik' related. It's about game creation.

 
   

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