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  1. In Topic: C++ Calculator more than 2 numbers

    Posted 29 May 2012

    You should post all of your code. Also remember to put your code inbetween code tags, i.e
     your code here 
    
    , so its more readable for the people trying to help.
  2. In Topic: Activity fields being reallocated

    Posted 28 May 2012

    After another few days of research and coding i was able to figure out what my issue was. Im not sure how to change a thread to solved tho :online2long:
  3. In Topic: Activity fields being reallocated

    Posted 23 May 2012

    View PostEndLessMind, on 23 May 2012 - 07:15 AM, said:

    Sorry, keystroke-error from my side :P
    try adding finishActivity(2);


    Its cool, eclipse was complaining about addingfinishActivity so i figured you meant finishActivity(2);

    From what I can find i think the issue is where im calling Activity B, but im confused as to how to fix it. Although i could be wrong.
  4. In Topic: Activity fields being reallocated

    Posted 23 May 2012

    View PostEndLessMind, on 23 May 2012 - 06:29 AM, said:

    In Activity B, at the place you want it to exit, try add addingfinishActivity(2);


    I tried this but the app seems to get stuck in Activity B now.
  5. In Topic: Game application. Which approach to use?

    Posted 17 May 2012

    The traditional game loop logic for a basic 2D game is

    while(true){
         update();
         draw();
    }
    


    of course this loop gets expanded a bit as you add things to your game. If the game isnt too resource intensive and isnt doing alot of processor expensive calculations its possible to do it without threading at all. Ive found that i usually get good performance by threading the game loop itself, and have the classes performing the update() and draw() methods not be threaded. This approach starts to lose effectiveness as the game gets more complex.

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25 years old
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October 3, 1988
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programming and the rest of computer science for that matter, tae kwon do, video games, partying
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Tim McColgan
Years Programming:
6
Programming Languages:
java, C/C++, C#, ruby, python, assembly, basic

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