hehee yup... thats why we went off on the tangent
puffy and me are always calm and cool
even when i beat him back into his box with that stick - hehee
ya i get what ya mean puffy... and i was meaning more in a wat that pyhber said
i mean personally i don't think i could learn from a book that had NO code in it - i mean how the hell are you suppose to understand the structures without learning C first? and even if you do then the OOP is just a little odd to jump to, especially with classes.
i know that just more personal preferance than anything else ... but i prefer tutorials that teach you basic structures that you can copy and are working straight, but they don't actually teach you howto achieve the full task to move onto the next lesson - meaning you have to think of howto use what you've learn so that you can go on and do the next lesson
the darkbasic "howto create and FPS" tutorial, within the manual atleast was actually one of these kinda of things that taught you exactly what to do and why it happened. I found it quite useful - i mean by the time i got 1.08 boxed i knew it all anyways hehee, but the point stands
i really wanna start making tutorials and such but i just go off on tangents all the time - hyperexplain points.
which in person is oki because i talk quite fast when i know what i'm gonna say
but on paper just puts peeps to sleep.
i think a few of the better DBers should get together and help me write out a tutorial kind of manual for pro
Anata aru kowagaru no watashi!