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demongunsman

Member Since 09 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 08 2014 11:24 AM

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In Topic: Accessing a text file from resource folder in MS visual studio.

13 February 2013 - 12:54 PM

When I run the program I get an error saying:

Value cannot be null.
Parameter name: path

 

The error that microsoft visual studio's throwing is because of the line:

 

          

StreamReader armorStream = new StreamReader(Resources.Armor);

 

The problem is that I am trying to access a file, but the arguments within the parameters of the stream reader takes a file path.


In Topic: Accessing a text file from resource folder in MS visual studio.

13 February 2013 - 05:36 AM

http://pastebin.com/Nq4XFCYM


In Topic: Why can't I acess a process?

03 February 2013 - 07:54 PM

By the way, does this function return a string. for example can I do this:

 

string myString = Process.GetCurrentProcess();


In Topic: Why can't I acess a process?

03 February 2013 - 07:48 PM

Ahhh that seems like a very logical answer. *Voted up* . Yea didn't notice that because the name of the tutorial I am watching is called process. Thank you!


In Topic: Is it such possible to create fast games without using C/C++ ?

09 January 2013 - 02:55 PM

To put things in simple terms I guess... It's not the language you choose, It's the language you are best at. For example, Assembly is more closer to the computer, but that does not necessarily mean it will be better. It's all about coding neatly and efficiently. I know a bit of java and a bit of C++. I find that I am much better at C++ and that I get much better results with my programs in C++ rather than Java. That is just me, that doesn't mean you should not learn java and pick up on C++ . You've got to explore a bit, see what suits you. And if your looking into getting games your going to have to know multiple languages anyway. So for your first language, choose the easiest for you so you can get your feet wet. Every language has its ups and downs.


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