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#1 Bezzant   Members   

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Posted 13 October 2001 - 07:48 AM

quick question... im in the process of writing what would seem like a text engine for a text adventure or whatever it gets turned into (if anything) i can load files ok, but just ran into a small problem.... i got a struct for PLAYER that stores player info and his/her current x and y position on the map (an array)... well when they move i need to load a file, this file needs to match where they are on the map.... so i thought that the easiet way to go about that would be creating files that have file names like this: 1.2.dat where the 1 and the 2 are the x and y pos on the map for where they load thus, when the player moves north, i update their position on the map and then want to load the file at there new position... so basically, PLAYER.X"."PLAYER.Y".dat" BUT, heres my file loader
  
void LoadMapArea(void)
{
	char ch;
	int mode = ios::in;
	char AreaFilename[20]= //problem here ;

	fstream fin(AreaFilename, mode); //input file

	while(fin.get(ch)) //read ch

{
	cout<<ch;          // print ch

}
	fin.close();       //close file

}
  
this line here is the problem: char AreaFilename[20]= well, i need to get it to = PLAYER.X.PLAYER.Y.dat.... but whatever i try i get errors because it cant convert int to char. so i need an alternative method... any help would be great, thanks for your time! Alan

#2 VolkerG   Members   

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Posted 13 October 2001 - 08:11 AM

Here a quick and dirty solution:
  
char AreaFilename[20];
sprintf (AreaFilename,"%u.%u.dat",PLAYER.X,PLAYER.Y);

The format string of sprintf is the same as the one of printf. When using it this way, you must ensure that your string buffer is large enough.

#3 Bezzant   Members   

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Posted 13 October 2001 - 09:37 AM

thanks, that works great!

thank you




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