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      Download the Game Design and Indie Game Marketing Freebook   07/19/17

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  1. It's not a book, but i used it a lot besides my book: http://chortle.ccsu.edu/java5/cs151java.html I hope that's a help for you(although its not focused towards games)
  2. I dont see what you are trying to do... You're testing milli2 for truth and then u assign a String to an integer. Why dont you use the concat() method thats already in the String object? Here's the entry in the documentation: String concat(String str) Concatenates the specified string to the end of this string. Don't forget a String is an object and not a primitive datatype like int.
  3. public class App { public static void main(String args[]) { soldier jimjim = new soldier(1); wall bigwall = new wall(10); } jimjim.attack(bigwall); System.out.println("Destroyed? "+veryBigWall.isDestroyed()); } The first closing bracket has to be set after the last statement. Now you are closing the main method before those two last statements. Edit: somebody already beat me to it.
  4. In our Java classes we use Object Oriented Programming With Java: An Introduction by Barnes. Maybe you should look at that one. [url]http://www.amazon.com/Object-Oriented-Programming-Java-David-Barnes/sim/0130869007/2[/url] Oh, i see its kinda expensive without the special student price.
  5. Im kind of interested in this. Currently I'm programming in Java, but i would like to learn C++ too. Contact me by pm or add to msn (also for more information): kevin_verhulst@hotmail.com
  6. hey vinnie, i see you're new and from the netherlands. Do you feel anything for going through learning C++ with someone else? If so, pm me. I don't think i have to give u any comments on your program, since the others already did that well.