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This is a rpg Im programming for dos.Its the first game I write with C++ i was using pascal before. It's not finished yet. It's name is NightFall You can find it here. the link It would be great if you tell me how you find it. Thanks. Look And You’ll See That A New Day Will Bring The Will To Go On And Fight Through Endless Suffering Edited by - Black_Knight_ on March 19, 2002 10:08:53 AM [edited by - Black_Knight_ on April 20, 2002 3:24:15 PM]

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I think you use html tags:
you would write:

a href="http://wherever.html
This would be the link, if I used braces
/a

I need to know how to "defang" html

[edited by - stevenmarky on March 17, 2002 12:23:57 PM]

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to make a link you would write something like:

<a href="http://www.geocities.com/entaria/homepage/Download.htm">Link Name Goes Here</a>

stevenmarky:
To get < and > you have to write them as &lt; and &gt; respectively (to get &lt; you have to write &amp;lt; etc...)

lt = less-than
gt = greater-than
amp = ampersand

there are many other codes as well...

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quote:
Original post by Black_Knight_
<a href="www.geocities.com/entaria">World of Entaria</a>

You need to put http:// at the front of that link. At the moment, it''s trying to open:
"http://www.gamedev.net/community/forums/www.geocities.com/entaria"
It''s because you''ve given the link a relative address.
Adding http:// at the front should fix it.

John B

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First, you're right - the link works now.
Second, I've just downloaded the game, and am running it.
I've only just started, so I can't say anything about the actual game-play yet, but on the technical side:
1) It does work in WinXP (which is slightly surprising but good)
2) EDIT: I'm an idiot - I *really* should look at more than the first screen or two before posting.

I'll post more when I've actually played the thing.

John B

[edited by - JohnBSmall on March 27, 2002 4:48:08 PM]

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Ohh thanks for playing it
Yes I try it on Win 2000 which is a bit similar to Xp when dealing with console applications.
I''m using Win98 however
Anyway I''m waiting for your feedback
Good luck!!

Look And You’ll See That A New Day Will Bring
The Will To Go On And Fight Through Endless Suffering

World of Entaria

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