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  1. I'm looking to get into scripting Starsiege tribes but I haven't been able to find any good tutorials on google. Can someone please point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance.
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    Inventory for text rpg?

    I'm kinda lost. Could you maybe show me some code? Thanks. EDIT: I got this #include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; int main() { //1 = sword //2 = axe //3 = greatsword //4 = bow //5 = mace int inventory[10]; int x; string take; cout << "Take sword?"<<endl; cin >> take; if(take == "y") { inventory[1] = 1; } if(inventory[1] > 0) { cout << "Iron longsword. 2 damage"<<endl; } else if(inventory[1] <= 0) { cout << "You dont have anything!"<<endl; } system("pause"); } It displays the the name and damage of the sword when you take it. But it also displays it when you dont take it. What am I doing wrong?
  3. I'm trying to code a small text based rpg in c++. But I can't figure out how to do the inventory. I've tried using strings and arrays, but nothing works. How should I go about doing this? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  4. dahmer45

    Back to basics

    Quote:Original post by quagmire Yeah, that used to happen to me alot when I had started re learning C++. I am not using SDL for C++. It is pretty cool. Just remember to put in that system("PAUSE"); next time if(dahmer45 does not enter wat I told him to) { cout<<"ENTER SYSTEM("PAUSE");\n"; I just had to do that. I'm not used to using system("PAUSE") because with allegro you have your while(!key[KEY_ESC) loop.
  5. dahmer45

    Back to basics

    Ok I added system("PAUSE") and it works now, thanks guys. IDE is compiler right?
  6. dahmer45

    Back to basics

    Ok I added return 0; but its still doing the same thing.
  7. dahmer45

    Back to basics

    Ok, when I make a new project I don't see a precompiled headers box. I only see 'Create directory for solution' box. Also what template should I use?
  8. dahmer45

    Back to basics

    I've decided to throw everything I've learned out the window and re learn C++. So ealier today I made a simple hello world program. But when I run it, it shows a black window and crashes.Heres my source code. #include "stdafx.h" // MSVC++ throws a fit if i dont include this #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { cout << "Hello World\n"; } Someone please help me.
  9. dahmer45

    Difference between C and C++

    Wow i didn't expect so many replies. This has all been really helpful, thanks guys.
  10. dahmer45

    Difference between C and C++

    Quote:Original post by EasilyConfused Brilliant thread topic. However, having read the forum sticky about posting in beginners... C++ is (almost) a superset of C in that it preserves most of the original features of C while adding (among others) object-oriented features. I would suggest googling "object oriented programming" if you don't know much about this. So C++ is the same as C but with more features. OK then thanks for the answers guys :)
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    Difference between C and C++

    So C++ is better for programming games, and C is better for programming applications?
  12. dahmer45

    Difference between C and C++

    Quote:Original post by Anonymous Poster 1 Meaning what?
  13. Whats the difference between C and C++?
  14. dahmer45

    Game crashing

    Ok thanks _ODIN_.
  15. dahmer45

    Game crashing

    So I need to declare bitmaps after i initialize allegro? Ok thanks
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