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  1. In Topic: My Online RPG

    Posted 5 Dec 2013

    Update #2 is finally out! I have added a lot in the past 4 hours or so in my free time and I am very proud and excited of what I've done! Its definitely getting closer to being a full game.

    Things Ive Added:
    • Chat
    • Animations
    • Resized the tiles
    • Added in NPC's
    • Added in dialogs for quests and such
    • Reduced lag of the player when moving
    • Redid some code to make it run smoother


    Hope you guys like it and please let me know what you all think!

    Update #2:


    -Baseball435
  2. In Topic: Minecraft/Terraria Clone - My First C# & XNA Game

    Posted 20 Oct 2013

    Most likely once I'm finished/get bored with it
  3. In Topic: Minecraft/Terraria Clone - My First C# & XNA Game

    Posted 16 Oct 2013

    Yeah im going to add that in soon :)
  4. In Topic: Problem with if and else's - probably really simple?

    Posted 10 Feb 2013

    View Postapeterson, on 10 February 2013 - 01:50 PM, said:

    View Postbaseball435, on 10 February 2013 - 01:32 PM, said:

    You could just do

    if (userNumber >= 0 && userNumber <= 100) {
        if (userNumber >= 92) 
            letterGrade = 'A';
        else if (userNumber >= 80)
            letterGrade = 'B';
        else if (userNumber >= 70)
            letterGrade = 'C';
        else if (userNumber >= 60)
            letterGrade = 'D';
        else
            letterGrade = 'F';
    } else {
        System.out.println("The number " +userNumber+ " is not valid. Only integers between 0 and 100 are valid.");
    }
    
    


    It gives me an error on the line:
     System.out.println("Grade: " +letterGrade); 
    

    saying that the variable is not initialized. Without that line, the code you supplied does work, but it has to print the grade/message.

    Sorry I feel pretty silly dunno why I'm having such an issue.


    when you declare it just set it equal to 0 or something.
  5. In Topic: Problem with if and else's - probably really simple?

    Posted 10 Feb 2013

    You could just do

    if (userNumber >= 0 && userNumber <= 100) {
        if (userNumber >= 92) 
            letterGrade = 'A';
        else if (userNumber >= 80)
            letterGrade = 'B';
        else if (userNumber >= 70)
            letterGrade = 'C';
        else if (userNumber >= 60)
            letterGrade = 'D';
        else
            letterGrade = 'F';
    } else {
        System.out.println("The number " +userNumber+ " is not valid. Only integers between 0 and 100 are valid.");
    }
    
    

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