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2D All the way! / How do I read DATA numbers?

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Mudbud Productions
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Posted: 24th May 2011 07:44 Edited at: 25th May 2011 23:12
EDIT: NEVERMIND I finally GOT IT!! woohoo!! Thanks for the help ya'll

using DBPro 7.7
Ok, so I am trying to make a tile-based 2D map and have the following:


How do I read this so that say 1 = grass; 0 = sky??
I also have a variable that holds the tile amount: dim FMap(40,15)
any help will be appreciated!

EDIT: NEVERMIND I finally GOT IT!! woohoo!! Thanks for the help ya'll

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Kevin Picone
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Posted: 24th May 2011 17:13
A nested FOR/NEXT loop would do. Something like this..

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Mudbud Productions
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Posted: 24th May 2011 20:34 Edited at: 25th May 2011 23:12
i'm a total noob, how do I assign a sprite to the number? like 1 = grass; 0 = sky?

heres my code so far:



EDIT: Ok so I have a semi Working map thingy:


But how do I make it so that multiple tiles come in without overlapping eachother? so that the 1's look like their in the same place when put together in the DATA functions?

EDIT: NEVERMIND I finally GOT IT!! woohoo!! Thanks for the help ya'll

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