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Posted 14 November 2000 - 08:36 AM
Original post by kseh
The HTML idea sounds good as a final or design doc. But if the point is to tie up loose ends then how do you know what needs to be tied up? It''d be easy to start at the beginning and work your way through forgetting to take a left at the fork in the road this time and wind up leaving all the stuff there undone. And the further into the story you are, I assume, the easier it''s likely to be to miss this stuff.
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Posted 14 November 2000 - 05:51 PM
Original post by dwarfsoft
Maybe I could just program an LL tree in C++ and write a function to check if there is less than x number of events along a given path, and also to make sure that there is an ''Ending'' element (a NULL doesn''t count). This could be used by anyone else who wants to create a storyline then... Hmmmm.. Sounds like a new project . I will give it the ability to create for you a structured HTML site that allows you to step through it, as well as the checking and stuff...
Think it is a good idea?
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