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Basic Application Request (Will pay $20) C#


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#1 chris1327   Members   -  Reputation: 80

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 04:52 PM

I will pay $20 to the user that does this, if they trust me enough to look @ the source code and make sure it works, and is editable.


This is a C# application!!
This is a C# application!!
This is a C# application!!


I haven't done much with C# yet, or any of the C / Q languages, i have some practice in Java though.

My problem with design is, i need a base to start from.

What i was wondering is, can anybody create a form Server/Client That only does this for me... because i cannot figure it out, but once i get the code, i will be able to build off of it.

Documentation!
Basic Chat Server.
Command Handler - (!) is the syntax.. make it so if i say !help it says "help command"
and last, but most certainly not least.
Player Organized variables.

I would more then likely love health.

Meaning it shows a label with health on the top right... with health being a server-sided variable.

Meaning, Jimmy can have 10 hp, and bob can have 8... and it's stored server-side.

Once again i will be willing to pay $20 if it works correctly, after i have viewed the source code and made sure it does what i want to do.


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#2 Moe   Crossbones+   -  Reputation: 1253

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 05:37 PM

This isn't some sort of homework assignment, is it?

Also, how do you expect to do more advanced things if you don't have a decent grasp of the basics of the language? From what I've seen, Lidgren is about as basic as it gets for networking:

http://code.google.com/p/lidgren-network-gen3/wiki/Basics

#3 chris1327   Members   -  Reputation: 80

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 05:46 PM

This isn't some sort of homework assignment, is it?

Also, how do you expect to do more advanced things if you don't have a decent grasp of the basics of the language? From what I've seen, Lidgren is about as basic as it gets for networking:

http://code.google.c...en3/wiki/Basics


No, this is not a home-work assignment, im not in any programming classes, the ones in the school, are so basic it's not even funny, with the only language available being C++....

all you learn in that class is the basics of the if() while() and cout<< cin>> methods.

Me and my friend hve always wanted to start on a game development, but we have had nowhere to begin, and we don't want to use an engine, because they are a pain.

I learn from reading others code, and editing it, that is why i was asking, i have searched all over the internet and could not find anything.

#4 chris1327   Members   -  Reputation: 80

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 05:48 PM


This isn't some sort of homework assignment, is it?

Also, how do you expect to do more advanced things if you don't have a decent grasp of the basics of the language? From what I've seen, Lidgren is about as basic as it gets for networking:

http://code.google.c...en3/wiki/Basics


No, this is not a home-work assignment, im not in any programming classes, the ones in the school, are so basic it's not even funny, with the only language available being C++....

all you learn in that class is the basics of the if() while() and cout<< cin>> methods.

Me and my friend hve always wanted to start on a game development, but we have had nowhere to begin, and we don't want to use an engine, because they are a pain.

I learn from reading others code, and editing it, that is why i was asking, i have searched all over the internet and could not find anything.



as for the link you provided, it is a basic chat server/client, which i have already,, and it uses hash maps to store the users, but i have no idea how to make it load a integer for that exact player/person



#5 Antheus   Members   -  Reputation: 2405

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 07:54 PM

On an unrelated note, $20 doesn't go as far as it used to.

#6 chris1327   Members   -  Reputation: 80

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 10:22 PM

On an unrelated note, $20 doesn't go as far as it used to.


On a related note, at least i'm giving you something, and not telling you to get off your dad's cock and make me a program.

OT: help for the innocent programmer? ^.^

#7 mightypigeon   Members   -  Reputation: 563

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 11:32 PM


On an unrelated note, $20 doesn't go as far as it used to.


On a related note, at least i'm giving you something, and not telling you to get off your dad's cock and make me a program.

OT: help for the innocent programmer? ^.^


wow


#8 jbadams   Senior Staff   -  Reputation: 23512

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 11:55 PM

This is not an appropriate request for this forum, and your behaviour is becoming unacceptable.


It's also generally agreed upon that reading code produced by others is not an effective method of learning without a lot of supplemental material, and it's quite clear that rather than trying to learn you're trying to get someone to do part of your project for you. If you really want to learn you need to practice writing code by yourself, referring to reference materials and tutorials where needed -- you could perhaps consider investing in a book that covers subjects you're interested in learning and working through that.


If you're interested in having someone do work for you then that's fine as well, but you should not fool yourself or others by calling it a learning exercise.
On GDNet the appropriate place to request someone do work for you is our Help Wanted forum, where topics must follow a specific format as outlined in the ** READ BEFORE POSTING ** topic you'll find pinned in that forum. Given the nature of your particular request this time around you may however be better off looking for a service such as Rent-A-Coder, where you can advertise a job to be done and people can bid on doing the work.


Lastly, your language has become inappropriate, and we do not tolerate hostile behaviour on these forums.


all you learn in that class is the basics of the if() while() and cout<< cin>> methods.

Me and my friend hve always wanted to start on a game development, but we have had nowhere to begin, and we don't want to use an engine, because they are a pain.

The place to start would be with the basics of if(), while() and cout methods, and if using an engine is "a pain" you clearly have not learned the basics of programming properly; a skilled programmer (or even someone simply on the way to becoming one) should find using an engine to be easier and less of a pain than writing everything from scratch, and would only do the latter if they a) had a special need to do so, such as a target platform for which no suitable engine existed, or b) were doing it for the learning experience and/or challenge.


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