So upon entering the right combination it would set a boolean to true, allowing the player to enter the next area. I've seen some other ways to do a door key code, with using textfields and a variable "stringToEdit" but it doesn't really suit how my game plays.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Answer by Xtro
Aug 07, 2013 at 02:11 PM
Pass = "3462"
CorrectCount = 0
Succeed = false
Key = Get pressed key
if Key = Pass[CorrectCount] CorrectCount
Were you able to test this ?
Sorry, my PSU blew and I've not been able to get to a computer until now. I'm unsure how to go about converting this to java
I'm sorry to say that but if you can't convert a simple algorithm into your programming language, you shouldn't be developing a game. You should be practicing your programming skills first. Please don't take me wrong. I'm just suggesting for your good.
Yeah, I get you. Just trying to learn as I go I guess. Since I generally just make the environments, not aiming to be a programmer really. Just need some basics to make a small interactive environment.
hmm I see. You are right.
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