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The "You're banned!" game!
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Aug 31 2007, 3:33 pm
By: Aoe325
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Sep 2 2007, 7:41 am cheeze Post #41



I beat moose in AC so.... ^^



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Sep 2 2007, 3:21 pm Money Post #42



You're banned for not banning anyone?



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Sep 3 2007, 12:20 am Zell. Post #43



You are banned because im a shiny golden god.



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Sep 3 2007, 12:53 am who Post #44



you're banned because you have a period in your name



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Sep 3 2007, 1:38 am Nintendo_Confed Post #45



Estas baņado por no saber como hablar en Espaņol!! :P Aprendan otro idioma idiotas!



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Sep 3 2007, 1:39 am Money Post #46



You're banned for posting while I was posting.



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[09:10 am]
Suicidal Insanity -- :P
[09:10 am]
Suicidal Insanity -- Not that I think that is a good idea
[09:10 am]
Suicidal Insanity -- then it is a real index
[09:10 am]
Suicidal Insanity -- jjf28
jjf28 shouted: Suicidal Insanity I can't have code saying xIndex for something that's 1-based, to me xIndex is always a 0-based array index specifically, anything else is an identifier ("Id", usually sequential) or key (hash or a fixed-byte abbreviation or something), those are my cues so I don't need to constantly refer to some documentation so I know what to code
I'm just saying have your function 'GetMapTitleStringIndex' return realValue - 1
[01:45 am]
CaptainWill -- If anyone was considering Hypnospace Outlaw, I recommend it
[01:41 am]
jjf28 -- I think the reason I had it so wrong was cause I could treat it as a 0-based index from section start (offsets actually start after first two bytes of numStrings) so I had my access simplified like that :P
[2019-3-18. : 1:08 am]
jjf28 -- Suicidal Insanity
Suicidal Insanity shouted: No you don't. you can just change all the getters that give you a stringID instead
I can't have code saying xIndex for something that's 1-based, to me xIndex is always a 0-based array index specifically, anything else is an identifier ("Id", usually sequential) or key (hash or a fixed-byte abbreviation or something), those are my cues so I don't need to constantly refer to some documentation so I know what to code
[2019-3-18. : 12:52 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- 0 usually means no string or default string
[2019-3-17. : 9:58 pm]
Ultraviolet -- :wob:
[2019-3-17. : 9:51 pm]
Corbo -- hi
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