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BYOND - great programming program, and language!

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I''m going places to places telling people all about the great program named "BYOND". It''s an acronym that stands for "Build Your Own Net Dream". The creators Dan (haven''t figured out his last name) and Thomas S Hehre spent long years creating this program. It''s a simple program called "Dream Maker", where you program it''s simple laungage! The syntax are simaler to VB, and JavaScript, and it comes with built-in functions. For example: On the right of the player''s screen, there''s a chat log. Under the player''s screen, there''s a command (for those who dislike HUDs). Dream Maker also comes with "Dream Seeker", where you get to RUN your Dream Maker program and it gets hosted upon BYOND.com, where everyone can see and play! The best thing about BYOND, is that it''s totally FREE!. You people should come check out BYOND, and see all the incredible games that have been programmed! (Some Goodies: ) Let''s say i wanted to tell the entire world "Hello", i''d simply do this: world<<"Hello" -- Then "Hello" would appear on the right of my screen, on the chat bar! Also, you have built in moving functions. Just set the image to the mob the mob to the client and you already have something that can be fun =) BYOND Come try it out, and don''t forget to mension "Crashed". My BYOND related website -John (Crashed) Souto-

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Excuse me? I felt that this tied into both categories, which is fine.. correct?

[edited by - Crashed on May 9, 2004 9:22:31 AM]

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No. Crossposting is frowned upon by the staff, mods and community. Pick whichever forum you feel is most appropriate for your thread, and only post the thread once, otherwise you get two topics with a whole load of repeated ideas, arguments and comments, which is pointless and annoying.

John B

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I''m going places to places telling people all about the great program named "BYOND".
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GDNet Forums is like.. 1 place.

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quote:
Original post by JohnBSmall
No. Crossposting is frowned upon by the staff, mods and community. Pick whichever forum you feel is most appropriate for your thread, and only post the thread once, otherwise you get two topics with a whole load of repeated ideas, arguments and comments, which is pointless and annoying.

John B


I guess i shall delete the post right away, if i find out how.



[edited by - Crashed on May 9, 2004 9:45:54 AM]

[edited by - Crashed on May 9, 2004 9:46:48 AM]

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I guess i shall delete the post right away, if i find out how.

You can delete this thread by editing the original post; there''s a checkbox at the top of the edit form that lets you delete the post (and if you delete the original post of a thread, the whole thread goes).

John B

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