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Pong Collision Detection Nightmare

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Hey, I (my parents) forked over 800+ bucks to spend two weeks in Redmond, WA at the DigiPen Institute Of Technology learning how to make my first video game in Win32. Unfortunately the teacher can only help one student at a time and I''m always last in line. So I was I was wondering if somebody might help me out, apparently my teacher said it should be simple enough using checkCollision and MSDN Library, but it''s not. Download the source code I just need to know what to put and where to put it to make the damn paddles collide with the freakin ball... Thanks (If you helped me, if you didn''t, Thanks anyways)

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Hey there..

Im gonna make this easy on ya, so, the only real way to help in this case, is to look at some already made source, that is heavily commented. So, here is a link, to my friends pong game. Im sure that it will more then help you out.

http://www.flamevault.com/~prettyb/SPong2.zip

[edited by - Prettyboyfs on June 29, 2002 4:21:30 AM]

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Thanks alot,

I figured it would be wishful thinking to get somebody to actually explain it to me step by step but this is great...We newbies are so naive...

Thanks again,

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