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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1640 on: 29 Dec 2017, 02:39 »
Hi Kweepa. "Ags3d.dll", according to an error screen that appears when I open the "game". Even worse, I can only open it with AGS 2.7. Maybe you can direct me to a different download link, which works?

EDIT: Looking around, I found it inside the compiled folder. Maybe it goes somewhere else? Still, I'd like to use it with modern AGS. BTW, the demo game is great. I wish I can make it work.
« Last Edit: 29 Dec 2017, 02:54 by Egmundo Huevoz »

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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1641 on: 29 Dec 2017, 06:40 »
Unfortunately I can't find a version that works with 3.x, although I thought I updated it at one point.
Still waiting for Purity of the Surf II

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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1642 on: 29 Dec 2017, 14:53 »
EDIT: Looking around, I found it inside the compiled folder. Maybe it goes somewhere else? Still, I'd like to use it with modern AGS. BTW, the demo game is great. I wish I can make it work.

In AGS 3.4.0 and later it needs to go to Compiled/Windows, where game's exe file is built. Does this mean that plugins are not copied correctly with the latest versions of AGS?

Hmm, wait, how do you use the plugin at all? Did you copy it to the AGS Editor's folder first before building the game?
« Last Edit: 29 Dec 2017, 14:55 by Crimson Wizard »

Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1643 on: 01 Jan 2018, 15:22 »
when I use the exit function in c
exit();
the compiler reports an error
too few parameters for exit to function but when I use
exit(0);
it works fine
please someone explain

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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1644 on: 01 Jan 2018, 15:53 »
exit(0): successful program termination
exit(1): (usually) unsuccessful termination

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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1645 on: 01 Jan 2018, 18:06 »
I installed BASS Midi driver and Arachno sf. In my MIDI tool I can now select it and listen to the MIDI. The sound of one of the rather obscure instruments used sounds terrible now, but ok, at least I can run it.

However, I cannot get MIDI to run for AGS games. I don't get the error message anymore, but I also don't have audio (mp3 sfx work fine).
VLC and Windows Media Player also cannot run it.
The weirdest thing so far is: Suddenly Irfan View can play it, but it sounds like the original Windows Midi, not the Arachno. Did Irfan View find the windows synth? I'm about to give up and reinstall windows...

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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1646 on: 01 Jan 2018, 18:49 »
when I use the exit function in c
exit();
the compiler reports an error
too few parameters for exit to function but when I use
exit(0);
it works fine
please someone explain

amit14, frankly, this is a kind of question that is normally answered by reading a book.

Each function has a number of parameters that it may require. Exit() function has 1 parameter. If you don't pass one in, it won't work.
If you need to know information on particular function, what they do, what their parameters mean, there are tonns of documentation about C and C++ library functions online. For example this: http://en.cppreference.com/w/c/program/exit

Also, I meant to mention this earlier, although this is only my opinion, but if you are just beginning to study programming, C and C++ are not the languages I'd recommend to start with. They are far not the easiest ones and contain features that are found nowhere in many other modern languages, such as direct operations on computer memory for example, that may be quite confusing (and even dangerous in some ways).
Unless you have a good reason to learn C in particular, I'd recommend to start with something like C#, Python or Javascript instead.
« Last Edit: 01 Jan 2018, 22:25 by Crimson Wizard »

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Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1647 on: 01 Jan 2018, 19:10 »
I installed BASS Midi driver and Arachno sf. In my MIDI tool I can now select it and listen to the MIDI. The sound of one of the rather obscure instruments used sounds terrible now, but ok, at least I can run it.

However, I cannot get MIDI to run for AGS games. I don't get the error message anymore, but I also don't have audio (mp3 sfx work fine).
VLC and Windows Media Player also cannot run it.
The weirdest thing so far is: Suddenly Irfan View can play it, but it sounds like the original Windows Midi, not the Arachno. Did Irfan View find the windows synth? I'm about to give up and reinstall windows...

OK, I noticed my midi wasn't working either anymore...
Somehow I couldn't get BASS Midi driver to work again correctly, so uninstalled that and went for VirtualMIDISynth.
So, after loading the soundfont (Arachno) in the VirtualMIDISynth's tab Soundfonts, MIDI was working again.
Also: MIDI runs fine again for AGS games.

Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1648 on: 05 Jan 2018, 14:30 »
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amit14, frankly, this is a kind of question that is normally answered by reading a book.

Also, I meant to mention this earlier, although this is only my opinion, but if you are just beginning to study programming, C and C++ are not the languages I'd recommend to start with. They are far not the easiest ones and contain features that are found nowhere in many other modern languages, such as direct operations on computer memory for example, that may be quite confusing (and even dangerous in some ways).
Unless you have a good reason to learn C in particular, I'd recommend to start with something like C#, Python or Javascript instead.
actually i have c language in my next semester from next month that's why i thought to start with it

Re: Ask something - We can help.
« Reply #1649 on: 06 Jan 2018, 15:41 »
Question. I may go to NYC in May. Can someone suggest me a good hotel? My definition of good is a nice bed for me and my girlfriend, has a bathroom in the room, has wifi and either has breakfast or is near a bakery or coffee shop that offers breakfast.

I am going for leisure, will visit museums, and other stuff.