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Socoder -> C/C++/C#/Other -> god damn c variables!

Posted : Friday, 10 March 2017, 09:18
spinal
Can someone please tell my why this doesn't work? --



int's in a .h file and I get


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Posted : Friday, 10 March 2017, 09:32
Jayenkai
things I'd try.
1. Add your first numbers on the top-most line.
2. Isn't it square brackets? It is on other languages...
3. Add that closing bracket to the end of the last line, instead of the line afterwards.

But otherwise, no idea!

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Posted : Friday, 10 March 2017, 09:47
spinal
I hate programming.
Posted : Friday, 10 March 2017, 09:50
Jayenkai
Aw, you don't..
Posted : Saturday, 11 March 2017, 01:39
HoboBen
What's PROGMEM defined to?

Without it being defined to anything, the C compiler would be seeing this and getting confused:

static const char myVariableOne myVariableTwo[73]=

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Posted : Saturday, 11 March 2017, 12:20
rychan
n64.h

Ohhh, some lovely n64 homebrew a brewin' there then?

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Posted : Saturday, 11 March 2017, 12:27
spinal
I'm slowly getting through it, there's actually a lot of errors, which seem to come down to an included file in c, still acts way too differently to an included file in BASIC for me to remember that you have to actually jump through hoops.

rychan - nope, not unless you call an ps2 to n64 adapter homebrew!

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Posted : Monday, 13 March 2017, 11:31
rychan
That's homebrew enough to be homebrew
Posted : Tuesday, 14 March 2017, 03:12
HoboBen
Oh! I also remembered, sometimes this error means that the file you included *previously* to n64.h may be missing a semi-colon at the end.

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