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Socoder -> Blitz -> arrays within types...

Posted : Sunday, 09 March 2008, 21:30
Orion Pax
Is it possible to use a dimmed array variable within a type in blitz3d?

And if so how about an example of how to use it and assign values to it.
Posted : Sunday, 09 March 2008, 22:11
power mousey
so no hard feelings.....





it was done in BlitzMax but can be modified with ease of changing a command or two. um...that Drawtext into Text for instance, since you use Blitz 3d.



Posted : Monday, 10 March 2008, 07:58
mike_g
Yes, its possible to have an array inside a type in Blitz3D. you have to use box brackets though and you don't declare it as a dim. Example:

Also, arrays inside types can only be one dimensional.
Posted : Monday, 10 March 2008, 13:20
Orion Pax
Thanks guys. Its been a couple of years since I have done any real work on blitz. I have been trying on and off but havent had time until now. I have the time and the motivation now more than ever to do my game.

My pc has been a real pain the a$$ as well. Video card died, then my pc starts to overheat. Didnt think anything of it and kept using it. My harddrive dies. I buy a new harddrive and install it...and my powersupply dies at that moment. So i had to get a new one of those too. Still havent got a video card yet. I ordered one but I got the wrong type. Its pci express and mine doesnt use express....oh well.