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Socoder -> Basic Basement -> leveleditor error?

Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 12:41
ShadowIce
Can someone please tell me how to correct my file saving and import subs?


Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 14:03
HoboBen
What's the problem?
Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 14:32
shroom_monk
And what language is it? It doesn't look like any kind of C I'm aware of...

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Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 14:41
ShadowIce
That's because the forum says C/C++/C#/"OTHER"

It's Darkbasic Pro.

And please don't say go to the original forum.

I prefer posting where I prefer to post.
Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 14:43
HoboBen
No need to be aggressive about it! Knowing what language might be important in helping you. What's the actual problem with the code that you are trying to fix?

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Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 15:09
Jayenkai
Topic moved, but only because there's a "Basic Basement", and not because I'm one of those dickish gits who go all "Euw. Wrong section. I won't answer this. Duh! Euw Wrong!!"
I hate those people.
You ask a perfectly good question, and they get all tetchy about it being in ever-so-slightly the wrong area..

dicks..


I found the _import: sub, and I'm trying to fathom it, but I still can't seem to wrap my head around DarkBasic's use of multiple-word-keywords.

Bah.
I can't quite tell what is/isn't keywords or variables, and it's all getting messy when I look at it!

Try to cut the issue down to a smaller section. I might be able to help you better if I know what it is that I'm looking for, rather than staring blankly at the whole thing.

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Posted : Tuesday, 25 May 2010, 15:11
ShadowIce
Well, for some reason, it's not allowing for double loading of objects. It only loads one object..

The other problem is it's not even reading level.dat.

The third problem is that if u try to load more than 1 mp3, it won't stop the 1st loaded mp3, and start the 2nd..

Other than that, it works great!