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WhaT1v3d0n3

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hi guys

I'm try to make something but seems i'm the only one here who don't know any thing...

i start from Crazywink watching hes tutorials and even that i can't do it right :(

My English is low when i start do something in programs because i didn't learn it in school only from 1 game called Lineage 2

so if any one want to help me with this will be great because i want to do something to work and the most important part when

the time comes and i can do something of my own i will be feeling much better and then I can be proud of yourself.
:rolleyes:

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crx123

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i think its int main not #int main you can see it highlighted in your program
 

Liduen

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Most of the time # is only used in the following cases:
C++:
#include
#define
#pragma region
I didn't use it somewhere else yet.
 

Liduen

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Nice :)
It's worth a little improvement though. Take a look at this:
C++:
float gold = 100;

//better way
float fGold = 100.0f;
This way you know what type the variable gold is of (f stands for float), without checking it's declaration everytime (comes in useful when working with more source code/bigger programs).

Good work :)
 
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WhaT1v3d0n3

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Nice :)
It's worth a little improvement though. Take a look at this:
C++:
float gold = 100;

//better way
float fGold = 100.0f;
This way you know what type the variable gold is of (f stands for float), without checking it's decalartion everytime (comes in useful when working with more source code/bigger programs).

Good work :)
well i was watching a tutorial when i was doing this its now make by my own witch is bad :(

need much to learn :)
 
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