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' Mouse springs v1.bas SmallBASIC MGA 2015-04-18
' Demo fun mouse graphics effect, developed on Windows 7-64
maxX=800:maxY=600 ' draw area
centerX=maxX/2:centerY=maxY/2 ' this is where the screen effect center is
maxR=40:dColor=1 ' Max Radius of Springs, ChangeColor
lowXY=maxR*2:highX=maxX-maxR*2:highY=maxY-maxR*2 ' mouse pen borders for effect
red=12:blue=9 ' some color commentary
Hi, this code is not written by me, I just try to run it in Microsoft Small Basic 1.1. Leads to error, someone could se whats wrong?
I need some help for small basic. Here is the code I have so far for a Air Hockey game:
GraphicsWindow.Title = "Air Hockey V 0.1.0 Alpha"
GraphicsWindow.Height = 450
GraphicsWindow.Width = 700
GraphicsWindow.BackgroundColor = "Gray"
GraphicsWindow.MouseMove = MoveShape
HockeyPuck1X = GraphicsWindow.MouseX - 22
HockeyPuck1Y = GraphicsWindow.MouseY - 20
PuckX = 332
PuckY = 208
PuckDir = 0
' Copywright 2014 by Brandon Pyle
' All rights reserved
' Air Hockey Version 0.1.0 Alpha
I can't get the command to work ... Can someone give me an example? -- Steve
NUM [initial-line [, increment]] [Command]
The NUM command sets the values for the autonumbering. If the ’initial-line’ and
’increment’ are not specified, the line numbers start at 10 and increase in increments