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Going to War: Creating Computer War Games by Jason Darby

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Writing the Code

To begin writing the code, you need to go in to the event editor. To do this, click on the event editor menu button shown in Figure 3.14.

Figure 3.14. The event editor button.

Note

If the event editor icon is grayed out, it is because the current frame is not selected. Double left click on the Welcome frame in the Workspace toolbar to ensure that you can select it.

Note

Each frame has its own copy of the event editor, so if you have a two-frame program and place code in the event editor of frame 1, there wouldn’t be any code in frame 2’s event editor.

You are now in the event editor. This is where you create your code to ...

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