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Dark GDK / Can we use DarkSDK in the yearly competition?

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1tg46
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2004 06:40
I was wondering, since DarkSDK has the same functuality as DBP would we be able to use it in the yearly competition? Or if it isn't a yearly competition, any competition for TGC. So we could use either Dark Basic Classic, Dark Basic Professional, or DarkSDK.


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MikeS
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2004 07:29
Yes, competitions shall be interesting. While it's probebly not one of TGC's biggest concerns right now, I am curious as to how DarkBasic(pro/classic), FPSC, and Dark SDK could all be combined into one competition. Personally, I don't think there should be any real difference, but that's just me. Perhaps have seperate catagories for what it was coded in or something.



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1tg46
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2004 20:13
I think that the competition should be split too DBP/DBC and FPSC/DarkSDK


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Posted: 2nd Dec 2004 22:16
Since you could use TPC in the competitions (you could code the whole thing in Cpp if you wanted using IanM's interface) I don't see why there should be any diference when it comes to the SDK...

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Posted: 2nd Dec 2004 23:40
Quote: "DBP/DBC and FPSC/DarkSDK"

I don't really understand the logic in pairing FPSC and DarkSDK.

I think they should all be in one big lump... the judge's PCs are so friggin' fast that the difference in speed between DB/DBC and DarkSDK are lost anyway

I for one know that I will probably make all future projects with C++ now...

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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 00:43
i reckon you'll be able to program in dbp, dbc and perhaps dsdk but definetly not fpsc

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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 10:56
there will certainly be an FPSC competition when its released. It would be foolish not to.

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