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Farbodkain

Member Since 03 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 21 2013 01:22 AM

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In Topic: Help To Find NextStep-Game Programming

14 November 2012 - 01:29 PM

Thanks for your answer.and im sorry if take your time a lot to understand what am i said.(i'm working on it).

In Topic: Help To Find NextStep-Game Programming

14 November 2012 - 12:22 AM

Thanks pash and Bane.
i try to answer those question pash asked before. And after the find answer i saw all of you guys had discussion about choose C++ and C#(or other language). and most choose C# because is so easy to work with it and learn for beginner. I can't find any topic for give right Direction to Amateur like me.all topic just said you have to learn any language and then you can make game. None of them tell exactly after finish the for example C# you can go to XNA for instance. Or after you learn C++ what you have done next? So all Beginner(like me)is so confused about all of them and saw everyone worked with C++ so he decide to do that completely Blind. I think is better for me to back to C# and work with XNA for a while and make some simple game have some exp and then back to C++ and continue.
what do you think guys? You think this is right choice for me?

In Topic: Help To Find NextStep-Game Programming

13 November 2012 - 11:08 AM

No offence but posting on a forum board will not always honor a response from the members of said forums, especially when you cannot see the formatting of a question before counting it as a view post.
You want to be a game programmer. Well, you're in the right place and that's a good start.
Did you do any research on why you want to use C++, or did you just take someone's advice as a golden rule? What can you tell us about game programming with C++ or programming with it general? What about compared to the languages you mentioned that you have experience in?
Answer those questions for us and then people will understand your learning path and assist you further.
Cheers,
Pash

first of all thanks. Second of all about those question you asked.1.yes i take advice from someone and start to learn C++,and i can't tell you anything at all about game programming With C++ because i don't have any clue and knowledge in this field. about question 2.i don't know which of those language i said, what capability had in Game Fields and as i said before i don’t have expert skill of those Language. Maybe right now my skill about C++ so better other than those language.
i create this topic because i want to assure this is right path i choose and i want to know what is best option for me in next step so i create this topic and hope someone help me to figure out. and lack my information in Game Development issue Because of my country.

Oh thanks BaneTrapper for your Mean post.oh i'm sorry for waste your precious time and im so sorry of all gamers In World becuase i take time of DAVID CAGE.

In Topic: Help To Find NextStep-Game Programming

13 November 2012 - 08:39 AM

21 viewed Topic and no one know anything at all?i mean no one!
Edited-------------------------
i'm so sorry,if i'm insulted to anyone with this post.

In Topic: Help with Exercises Guess my number

03 July 2012 - 12:02 AM

thanks guys i do something like this.

//Copmuter Guess My Number
#include <iostream>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <ctime>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
srand(static_cast<unsigned int>(time(0)));
int yourNumber;
int triess=0;
int maxNumber=100;
int minNumber=1;
int cpuNumber;
cout<<"Please Enter Your Number: "<<endl;
cin>>yourNumber;
do
{
  cpuNumber=rand()%(maxNumber-minNumber)+minNumber;
  ++triess;
  cout<<"\nComputer Guess is: ";
  if (yourNumber>cpuNumber)
  {
   cout<<cpuNumber<<endl;
   minNumber=cpuNumber+1;
  }
  else if (yourNumber<cpuNumber)
  {
   cout<<cpuNumber<<endl;
   maxNumber=cpuNumber-1;
  }
  else if (yourNumber == cpuNumber)
  {
   cout<<"right number is "<<cpuNumber<<endl;
   cout<<"\nAfter "<<triess<<" Tries You success to reach my number"<<endl;
  }
} while (yourNumber != cpuNumber );
return 0;
}

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