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Sep 10, 1998, 9:46pm
the book I got mine (Borland C++ 4.01) in (which don't seem to run the SDK
sample proggie *humph*) was $34.95, I think... was packaged more like
software, in a software store, but inside was a book about C, and included
on the CD-ROM was PDF's of another book on C++... Never got around to
reading too much of either... but I can do 'hello world' and probably
something a bit more complicated (like writing a little calculator proggie
maybe) without too much trouble.

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Help? :)

Sep 10, 1998, 7:50pm
Just FYI, I tried running the sample program with Borland C++ 4.01 (I know
precious little C - the basic stuff - slowly learning more) and it seems
it's having problems either finding the stuff in aw.h or in aw.dll - pops up
13 error messages saying stuff about the aw_xyz_abc calls... Does the
compiler have to be able to write 100% Windows 95 programs? cos this one
only goes as far as Win32 proggies... And yes, all the files from the SDK as
well as the .cpp file I have the sample proggie code in are in the same
directory (dumped them into F:\Active Worlds\sdk, if it matters).

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Help? :)

Sep 10, 1998, 10:42pm
>Just FYI, I tried running the sample program with Borland C++ 4.01 (I know

oops just for clarity's sake, just checked and it's actually 4.02 :)

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Bots get boring...

Feb 9, 1999, 11:37pm
Outlook Express: Tools | Options | Send, click Settings next to whichever
option you're using to post newsgroup messages... it only allows between 30
and 132 though, Eep - you'll have to put up with 76 from me for now :)

(yes, Netscrape sucks, and Microslop (as you call it) isn't much better)

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Bots get boring...

Feb 10, 1999, 10:40pm
that works fine with my Outlook Express, Rjin :) Except it seems to break
the quoting - had to add the >'s manually below :(

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Weather algorithm.

Feb 9, 1999, 11:39pm
probably the best way to do something like this would be with a special
account with a name such as "Weather" which all the clouds would be created
under... the account could then have ED and that way it could create clouds
everywhere. It would delete them and move them and all too of course :)

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Roland: SDK docs for viewing off-line?

Oct 3, 1998, 2:36pm
[View Quote] no it's not... works fine for me.

>
> this page does not exist

no, but this one does:
http://www.bluesquirrel.com/whacker/

[snip rest]

Reason 43

Oct 3, 1998, 2:53pm
use your citizen number and your PRIVILEGE PASSWORD, like it says
clearly SOMEWHERE in the SDK documentation...

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what about an IRC channel ?

Oct 5, 1998, 7:30pm
in short, a text-based chat room. Basically like a location in AW but
without the 3D objects and fancy music/sound. However, IRC does let you
send files, private messages (like telegrams), etc., as well as seeing
everyone who is in that chat room at the time.

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SDK update

Oct 13, 1998, 9:46pm
He doesn't have to, Jw. And more non-bot-like application ideas WOULD be
nice :) For example, how about a PROGRAM that creates weather conditions
at a world's GZ based on RL conditions (got off the Web) for a city...
it would build rain.rwx, snow.rwx, clouds.rwx, sun.rwx, etc. at the
world's GZ...

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Sample2 (Delphi)

Oct 14, 1998, 8:15pm
this is Sample 2 from the SDK docs (http://www.activeworlds.com/sdk)
translated into Delphi though - I think :) So Sample 2 should already be
in C code in the docs :)

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Time sequencing...

Oct 14, 1998, 10:21pm
code VRT into the bot himself is probably the solution... I don't think
Roland has put a way for SDK bots to find out the VRT time in...

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SDK apps tied to other programs ?

Oct 15, 1998, 7:41pm
Some (crappy) dictation software from MS allows you to use voice
recognition (if you can call it that) to input text into ANY Windows
application that has a text entry area. This includes AW (although when
I tried to speak a telegram, it came out like "Ah pink you knee" for "I
think you need"). Something similar would probably work from a Win32
console SDK app.

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Help with the LCC compiler

Oct 21, 1998, 10:10pm
This is right I think - can someone just confirm this for me?

..c
==[compiler]==> .o[bj] ==[linker]==> .exe
..h .lib

[View Quote] > Unrecognized declaration sounds like a compile error as apposed to a linker
> error. I don't know how much you know about the compile and link stages of
> development. I explained it in a previous post. To summaries
>
> .c+.h compiler to .obj or .o then linker to .exe
>
> Next you must post your code.
>
> Edward Sumerfield.
>
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Bot logging...

Oct 22, 1998, 8:24pm
My shaky knowledge of C says it doesn't... in the example below, I *think* a is
accessible everywhere, b only in the main() function, and c, xx, and yy (the latter
two parameters) from within the xyz() function. Therefore, logfile should be
accessible everywhere.

int a;

int xyz(int xx, int yy);

main ()
{
int b;
// code
}

int xyz (int xx, int yy)
{
float c;
// code
}

[View Quote] > i told you, this doesnt work. as soon as you call another function, the variable
> logfile goes out of scope. i hope you know what scope means.
>
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Bot logging...

Oct 22, 1998, 9:43pm
*ahem* both Walter and me said exactly what you said just in code terms - both Walter's
"FILE *logfile;" and my "int a;" examples are declared before main, outside of a function,
and thus are globally acessible variables. I know this and I haven't even got to the
'variable scope' part of my C book yet (although I think I did read it once, just haven't
done the examples etc. there)

[View Quote] > let me try to explain it easily. a variable declared outside of a function is called
> global, and all functions have acess to it. a variable declared inside or in the
> parameters of a function are local, and are for that function only. they cant be used
> in any other function. thus, when you declare logfile in main, you can only use it in
> main. as soon as you enter another function, logfile is unreachable, unless you pass a
> pointer to it, which im not gonna get into. i reccomend you check out some internet
> references/courses to help you with that. btw, scope is whether a variable can be
> acessed globally or locally
>
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hi

Mar 10, 1999, 10:56pm
Rjinsbot

;)

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bot idea

Mar 19, 1999, 6:35pm
no he is not doing a deer bot. He is doing a AW frequently wished wishes
list, and that is all, I think.

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AWBOT & TC 3.0

Oct 30, 1998, 8:15pm
FYI, [Borland's] Turbo C++ 3.0 is a DOS, not Win32, compiler (although it can do
32-bit apps I believe), so I'm not sure if you could write an SDK app using it.

[View Quote] > Change it to
>
> rc = aw_init...
> if (rc == 0) {
> life is good
>
> The single equals is an assignment whereas the double equals is a comparison. The
> compiler is just fussy really. Most compilers will let that one go.
>
> The unresolved reference is because you are not including the aw.lib in your link
> stage. Its probably a parameter in one of your configuration menues.
>
> Edward Sumerfield.
>
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Help...

Oct 30, 1998, 8:16pm
http://www.cygnus.com, look for CygWin32, and be prepared to learn a few
basic UNIX shell commands :)

[View Quote] > Anyone know where I can find a freeware compiler for C or C++ that works
> with the SDK?

Cygwin32 Help

Oct 31, 1998, 2:21pm
Would have referred you to this page:
http://members.xoom.com/esumerfd/ActiveWorlds/AWSDK.htm
but it now gives a 404... :(

[View Quote] > I downlaoded it rran it and tried to compile my program but it returned
> problems with aw.lib any ideas?

Bot Business

Nov 15, 1998, 8:06pm
SeedBot asks for a citizen number and privilege password to use to build the
seed object with. That's probably the best way to do it - make it
customizable based on input, INI file settings, etc.

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Bot Business

Nov 15, 1998, 11:35pm
I didn't make it, but it's available for free download and the program
(which I downloaded) asks you for citizen number, privilege passwords,
coordinates, description, and object name and builds it.

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AW_WORLD_RESTRICTED_RADIUS

Dec 21, 1998, 7:55pm
HamBots are not allowed to speak within the restricted [building] radius, so
I would imagine the same applies to SDK bots.

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chat string processing curiosa

Dec 23, 1998, 3:35pm
>I could have inanimated objects respond in this way. This trick does
>not work in AW, presumably this has been changed in 2.1 worlds to
>avoid abuse. Yet, it's a pity, you could also format text with
>newlines in this way. Is this to be a permanent feature?

yes, Roland changed it in 2.1 world servers to avoid abuse. I'd imagine this
change is pernament.

>Another thing that has disappeared is the degrees sign (I havn't
>tested other high ASCII symbols). I still have it in 2.0 worlds...

That could be a side effect of the changes Roland made, if it's true... i.e.
a bug :)

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Object Delete Event

Jan 5, 1999, 8:44pm
I believe the answer is 0.0055381%

( (32 million) / (4.3 billion) ) * ( (32 million - 1) / (4.3 billion) )

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values for certain attributes

Jan 18, 1999, 3:57pm
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0-255

>AW_WORLD_CELL_LIMIT


Normal / Large / Huge - no clue if it's like that or if Roland assigned them
numbers or something.

>AW_WORLD_RATING


G / PG / R / X - again, no clue if there's numbers assigned.

>AW_WORLD_OBJECT_REFRESH


unsigned int I believe - 0 - 65535 or so

Re: [spam]

Feb 1, 1999, 9:34pm
FYI, facter, delete the spam first :)

And Roland feel free to delete this thread :)

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Having a header problem

Mar 7, 1999, 3:11pm
if it helps anyone, reason 444 is RC_NOT_INITIALIZED. No clue myself cos I
don't actually program SDK bots, and only know a bit of C/C++...

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VBsdk???

Mar 14, 1999, 1:10am
I ask the motioners to read past threads :) Although it's true that nothing
has been said about this in a while...

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