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#Actualultramailman

Posted 13 October 2012 - 07:35 PM

Well, if your programming in C:
Why are you programming in C? (Not that I have anything against it, but what's the point? Is there anything we could know to help you?)
And if your programming in C++:
You define a const by saying:

const int i = 5;
Not by saying:
int const i = 5;
I'm not sure about a shorter and better way, however a loop might be possible? (Probably not Posted Image)
Sorry if my answer is terrible, but I don't use SDL, and a little more clarification about what you're trying to do would probably be helpful.


Hi superman. A loop sounds interesting. I'll probably have to use of macros though, since they have to be constants. As for I am using C, I am not sure. I am getting more comfortable with C though, so I am sticking with it, at least for the duration of this game. Also, "int const" compiles fine, with gcc at least.

#1ultramailman

Posted 13 October 2012 - 07:34 PM

Well, if your programming in C:
Why are you programming in C? (Not that I have anything against it, but what's the point? Is there anything we could know to help you?)
And if your programming in C++:
You define a const by saying:

const int i = 5;
Not by saying:
int const i = 5;
I'm not sure about a shorter and better way, however a loop might be possible? (Probably not Posted Image)
Sorry if my answer is terrible, but I don't use SDL, and a little more clarification about what you're trying to do would probably be helpful.


Hi superman. A loop sounds interesting. I'll probably have to use of macros though, since they have to be constants. As for I am using C, I am not sure. I am getting more comfortable with C though, so I am sticking with it, at least for the duration of this game.

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