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Dark GDK / [GDK] Dark Ai - Entity Action

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GreenDixy
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Posted: 1st Sep 2013 06:23
Before in Dbpro, When doing animations along side "Dark Ai"
I would use something like the following.



Now looking through the documents in gdk I did find the same commands.
but I am a little confused on the way functions are setup do I have to call it with a void at the start of the program as well as call it in the loop

also could someone point me into the right direction of some documentation on how to do loops like n = x to xx

Thank you

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TimmyTopHat
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Posted: 1st Sep 2013 09:36
When using DGDK's libraries, you do not have to call their prototype. You just call the function in the code. Here's an example of both of your questions rolled up in one. Efficiency!

*It's been a while since I touched DGDK, so please excuse my inability to remember the function names EXACTLY...

#include "darkGDK.h" // or whatever it's called.

// you do NOT have to define the function here. You just use it.

while ( true ) // and endless loop. Whee.
{

// this is how FOR loops are implemented in C++
for ( int n = 8115; n < 8120; n++ )
{
// use the function that is defined in DarkGDK's header
if ( dbObjectExists(n) )
{
if ( animationplaying(stopped) ) //totally not a DGDK function

}
}

break;

}

return 0;

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TimmyTopHat
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Posted: 1st Sep 2013 09:38
Gaah. Browser posted my response before I was done. I'll correct it when it appears. (Still subjected to the darn approval process )

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GreenDixy
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Posted: 2nd Sep 2013 16:19
Thank u for the reply

for ( int n = 8115; n < 8120; n++ )

Was the main thing I could not figure out tried similar things close to it but did not work Thank you again

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