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Furball
Posted: Oct 2 2004, 07:25 PM
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I am able to help people with turing programs. I will NOT make a program for you so that you can take credit for it (IE: School Projects). I can, however, help in debugging and to patch up segments of code. If you have a question, POST alllllllll the CODING. It doesn't help much if you post something with INCLUDE statements and you do not show WHAT'S IN the include statements. I have been using the dos version for about 3 years, so I don't know the OOT version very good. Let's just put it this way, I KNEW more than my high school programming teacher when it came to turing. And that's sad tongue.gif . Anyways, if you have a turing question, just post it up. I can't answer everything, but I can try my best. Afterall, I don't program so much in turing anymore anyways, so I don't remember all the coding. Java and other languages have kind of mixed me up tongue.gif. Anyways, post up your turing stuff. I may eventually reply to them. I'll try my best to provide solutions. Usually if you are just learning the language, I'll know the answer.


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Posted: Oct 2 2004, 11:18 PM
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You should get people posting sooner or later. Well it actually died down a bit but we're still fairly high in google. http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8...le+Search&meta=


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typon
Posted: Nov 4 2004, 12:28 PM
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i need turing help urgent
please tell me how to make two animations so that they run at the same time
in the same loop but one goes down a smaller height.

e.g. if i want to animate :
for x:0..100
drawfilloval (200,300-x,2,2,0)
drawfilloval (200,300-x,2,2,0)
and i want this oval to go 200pixels down
but i cant figure out how i make them go at the same time
if u use y it goes really slow
please help me
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Furball
Posted: Nov 8 2004, 12:08 AM
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Did you try putting your animations in a procedure? That might make it go faster. And if you're using Object Oriented Turing, you should try using WHILE statements to do 2 things at once while keeping a constant speed. If you're using the dos version (Heaven Forbid), I would try 2 variables and have them in a general counted loop such as:

for I: 1..100
drawoval (x, a, 5, 5, 0)
drawoval (x, b, 5, 5, 0)
a := a + 2
b := b + 3
end for

Where a is one variable, going at a certain rate (for example, 2) and where b in another variable going at a certain rate (such as 3)

I dunno if this is what you wanted to do. That's what I got from the amount of code that was posted. Hope this helps. smile.gif


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You Don't want your ring to get dirty now do you BILLLAYYY?!!

Balance of Traaaaaaaaadeees and Balance of Payyyyymennnts

That's right ladies, I gm'd spirit speak in a day ;)

OMG, Ryan you got 5 fleshrenderers after you, you're so screwed.
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