Re: sound and music looping

2018-04-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: sound and music looping Since you say it only happens on longer sounds, my guess is that the developer is reloading the data into memory every time they want to loop the clip, instead of using the memory already allocated. URL:

Re: requesting some hints and libraries-Csharp

2018-04-06 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: requesting some hints and libraries-Csharp The System.NET namespace is pretty powerful, but also low level. There are many reasons why your program might crash. You could get a time-out exception, a read/write error, etc. The good thing about managed languages is that they will give

Re: just about had it with joystick implementation errors

2018-03-30 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: just about had it with joystick implementation errors There are many ways to prevent the rapid-fire problem. One way is to keep track of two things in every frame: what keys were pressed in that frame, and what keys weren't pressed in that frame.Specific keys would be mapped to generic

Re: just about had it with joystick implementation errors

2018-03-30 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: just about had it with joystick implementation errors No problem; I'll explain a bit more.Since people are saying that your game doesn't use FPS (frames per second,) I'm assuming enemies are moved using timers, and that you're handling keys in a keyDown event. Now, if you look at the

Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class

2018-04-01 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class You can do exactly what we've covered in the last thread on this subject. Sometimes with development it's a good idea to think outside the box.Asking for tips is fine, but asking someone to do it for you won't help you

Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class

2018-04-01 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class I think even 200 milliseconds is too long. The idea is that you want your loop to spin fast enough to where it's virtually impossible for user input to not register. Even with 200 millisecond wait times, you're still

Re: just about had it with joystick implementation errors

2018-03-29 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: just about had it with joystick implementation errors Several things to check when you get identifier not declared errors:Do you have to initialize the Joystick object? I'm not sure what language this is, but it many OOP languages you must allocate heap memory for an object before

Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu

2018-03-26 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu MonoGame is just a Visual Studio add-on; you don't need Mono Studio for it as far as I remember. It's one reason I liked working with MonoGame back in my university days: I could use the tools I was already familiar with.When you

Re: BGT, same string in multiple use, problem.

2018-04-02 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: BGT, same string in multiple use, problem. If you're saying that you're trying to print the file contents using alert() and not seeing file contents, it looks like you're not actually printing the file contents itself.I'm assuming name just holds the name of the file, but notice then

Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class

2018-04-01 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class So, having your input loop wait 300 MS is good, and it certainly solves the problem. But it shouldn't be considered as a permanent fix. The reason is that what if someone presses the D-Pad while the loop is blocked in

Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class

2018-04-01 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: someone fix up the tentitive joystick support in this menux class So, having your input loop wait 300 MS is good, and it certainly solves the problem. But it shouldn't be considered as a permanent fix. The reason is that what if someone presses the D-Pad while the loop is blocked in

Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu

2018-03-26 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu I agree with you on this. I think DirectX itself gives you much more control and I like how it handles multimedia a lot better than other things, even better than XNA. But MonoGame is the worst of them all, which is why even though I

Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu

2018-03-26 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu You're welcome re: the game. As for the source code, the way TDV is designed, this wouldn't be a good entry point for you. Try looking in Common.cs in the main method. You will see the form being created from there.The actual code

Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu

2018-03-26 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu You're welcome re: the game. As for the source code, the way TDV is designed, this wouldn't be a good entry point for you. Try looking in Common.cs in the main method. You will see the form being created from there.The actual code

Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu

2018-03-26 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Questions about game in C#. Game window, 3D and menu Hi,I coded Three-D Velocity in C# and you can check its source code here: http://github.com/munawarb/Three-D-VelocityIt will give you an idea where to start.A brief answer to your questions:To create a window, create a Windows Forms

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-12 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll Hi,If you download the source and build the BPCSharedComponent package, it'll pull in all the dlls it needs. I'm using NuGet to get SharpDX, so just build the BPCSharedComponent project and you'll be good to go. You don't need to download the binaries URL:

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-11 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll Hi,Make sure the sound is in mono. Other than that, I can't see anything wrong with your implementation. URL: http://forum.audiogames.net/post/398029/#p398029 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list Audiogames-reflector@sabahattin-gucukoglu.com

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-12 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll Python 3 introduces a lot of boilerplate code and takes away from the Python philosophy of "it just works." All this with no real gain in performance (in fact, it's the reverse due to its many still-existing compatibility issues.) Python 2 any day over Python

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-13 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll @kianoosh, you should pass the pointer to the main game form.Are you getting any error messages?In Python you never had to worry about encoding and decoding to bytes and to string and it's one of my major stickers with the language. I hate that practically

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-13 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll @kianoosh, you'll get this error if you hook the keyboard before you bring your main window to the foreground. Try .show() before you use DInputInit.@Ethin, many things are still using Python 2 so I doubt it's going away any time soon, even if it will be

JAWS: Announcing Indent On A New Line

2018-12-10 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
JAWS: Announcing Indent On A New Line I sent a message to the JAWS Email list recently about this, but my correspondence with FS itself suggests that this feature is unavailable (!)JAWSList wrote:In NVDA, you are able to set an option that will tell you how many tabs a line is indented by.

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-14 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll @kianoosh You're welcome! I'm glad it worked @nathon Python bytecode can also be decompiled easily. I recently produced full working source from the game Oh Shit, just to prove to myself it can be done. All I had was the OhShit.exe executable the developer

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-15 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll If by "save" you mean protect your code against reverse-engineering, I wouldn't bother with any sort of protection against reverse-engineering if I were you. I make an argument against this sort of practice on my Treasure Hunt GitHub. Keep in mind that the

Re: JAWS: Announcing Indent On A New Line

2018-12-11 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: JAWS: Announcing Indent On A New Line @Ethin, I doubt it's hard-coded in NVDA, since once you turn tab announcements on it works beautifully no matter what editor you're in. For JAWS, it'll be simple enough to count the number of tabs from the left edge of the line and speak that using

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-04 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll I do plan to document it at some point. A lot of the methods already have documentation but a whole host of them don't. URL: http://forum.audiogames.net/post/396831/#p396831 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-04 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll I do plan to document it at some point. A lot of the methods already have documentation but a whole host of them don't.It won't work with BGT even if someone tried. It's a .NET dll and links against other .NET assemblies like SharpDX. URL:

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-05 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll Hi @sanslash332, I used to use XAudio for Ogg Vorbis playback but have been wanting to move away from it for a long time because XNA is deprecated by Microsoft. So the DLL uses DirectSound and DirectSound3D and does not use XAudio at all. URL:

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-07 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll I've released TDV 2.24 which includes the new BPCSharedComponent.dll. You can get it here: https://github.com/munawarb/Three-D-Vel … ponent.dllDeveloper documentation is a work in progress but most of the methods are self-explanatory. I'm writing xml comments

Re: how shall I use Intelli Sense?

2018-12-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: how shall I use Intelli Sense? I'm using NVDA, and it announces suggestions automatically. When I press up and down arrow, the screen reader is speaking the suggestion to me.So there's nothing special you have to do. URL: http://forum.audiogames.net/post/397437/#p397437 --

Re: a huge python error. please help!

2018-12-02 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: a huge python error. please help! My first guess is that the dll is malformed or there's an architecture conflict. Have you tried posting an issue on the related GitHub for this? URL: http://forum.audiogames.net/post/396443/#p396443 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list

Re: c sharp, good or bad for a verry newb guy?

2018-12-02 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: c sharp, good or bad for a verry newb guy? Yes, there is a wealth of information on C-Sharp because it's such a mainstreamed language. Microsoft themselves have overhauled much of their documentation as of late.This tutorial looks good: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/csharp/ URL:

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-06 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll No. URL: http://forum.audiogames.net/post/397121/#p397121 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list Audiogames-reflector@sabahattin-gucukoglu.com https://sabahattin-gucukoglu.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/audiogames-reflector

New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-03 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
New BPCSharedComponent.dll There were a few people using the DLL packaged with TDV called BPCSharedComponent.dll.This DLL gives you DirectSound and DirectSound3d, as well as Ogg Vorbis playback and DirectInput support. I'm writing here to let you know I've made significant changes to the

Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll

2018-12-19 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: New BPCSharedComponent.dll As you'll see if you check out the change log, it already uses NuGet to download the SharpDX libraries...I have no desire to put the actual BPCSharedComponent.dll up on NuGet because if the fact that it's a specialized library, and honestly, it's easy enough

Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs

2019-09-11 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs Hi,That's just an example conditional and yes it is entirely game-dependent. In reality your code will look something like this if you were to implement the example above. Let's assume that you want the user to go next to coordinates(50,

Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs

2019-09-11 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs Hi,That's just an example conditional and yes it is entirely game-dependent. In reality your code will look something like this if you were to implement the example above. Let's assume that you want the user to go next to coordinates(50,

Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-06 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Empirically setting a screen reader delay Some screen-reader APIs, like NVDA, provide no way to tell when the screen-reader has finished speaking. I finally sat down and thought about this with regards to TDV and screen-reader support: how can we provide a halt mechanism for these

Re: How big of a deal are 32-bit builds?

2019-09-11 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: How big of a deal are 32-bit builds? Agreed re: stick to 64-bit. It took the market a long time to catch up, and part of that is as Ethin said: some companies simply refuse to compile exclusively on 64-bit. This is because they're afraid of breaking compatibility when their fears are

Re: How big of a deal are 32-bit builds?

2019-09-11 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: How big of a deal are 32-bit builds? Agreed re: stick to 64-bit. It took the market a long time to catch up, and part of that is as Ethin said: some companies simply refuse to compile exclusively on 64-bit. This is because they're afraid of breaking compatibility when their fears are

Re: How big of a deal are 32-bit builds?

2019-09-12 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: How big of a deal are 32-bit builds? @Nolan: not a stupid question at all. The dll you load depends on what you're compiling for. If you compile for 64-bit then load the 64-bit dll.In managed languages like .NET where you have an "Any CPU" option, you need to write indirection into

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-09 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay bgt lover wrote:However, if you feel like you need screen readers in your game, the manamon solution is the best there is.What exactly is the Manamon solution? Some elaboration would be helpful here.As for confining the player to SAPI, I prefer

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-09 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay @Rastislav Kiss: Thanks for this information; it's very helpful! You're correct that we'd have to run some reliable tests to really see how fool-proof this method is.bgt lover wrote:However, if you feel like you need screen readers in your

Re: Audo saving your game in BGT?

2019-09-10 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Audo saving your game in BGT? @Ethin: it's great to see such a mature response. You're right (from what I remember of you long ago when you first started popping up on the forum) that an Ethin of a few years ago wouldn't have responded like that. Keep it up; you've come a long way.

Re: Audo saving your game in BGT?

2019-09-10 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Audo saving your game in BGT? @Ethin: replied. URL: https://forum.audiogames.net/post/460896/#p460896 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list Audiogames-reflector@sabahattin-gucukoglu.com https://sabahattin-gucukoglu.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/audiogames-reflector

Re: Audo saving your game in BGT?

2019-09-10 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Audo saving your game in BGT? @Ethin replied. Can you pm me your Email address? I guess the mods got rid of "send forum mail" somewhere along the lines. URL: https://forum.audiogames.net/post/461009/#p461009 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list

Re: python traceback displaying error help please!

2019-09-14 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: python traceback displaying error help please! Hi,You can use the try...except pattern:try: Some code that might cause an error except Exception as e: Do something with the error object eSo, using this pattern you can write exception messages to a file or pop them up in a dialog

Re: Learning Lua, worth it and where?

2019-09-16 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Learning Lua, worth it and where? Yes, learning a new programming language is always worth it. You never know when you'll need it especially with today's fast-pace technology market. URL: https://forum.audiogames.net/post/462278/#p462278 -- Audiogames-reflector mailing list

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay @Ethin: he doesn't need a mutex on counter. I'm assuming that code is its own function in which case there is no sharing of state there. You don't need to make counter reside in global scope for this. So the code is thread-safe.As for the first

Re: Audo saving your game in BGT?

2019-09-09 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Audo saving your game in BGT? All of us in the tech field know at least one Computer Scientist or soon-to-be Computer Scientist who has a tendency to (knowingly) provide information to OP that will be useless to OP given their coding level, just to make themselves look smart. They're

Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs

2019-09-07 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs You can simplify this problem by using a finite state machine. This is usually achieved using enums.Let's take your coordinates example. Logic like this will work just fine:if state == waitingForDesiredCoords and coords == desiredCoords

Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs

2019-09-07 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Keeping Track of a game's storyline/objectivs You can simplify this problem by using a finite state machine. This is usually achieved using enums.Let's take your coordinates example. Logic like this will work just fine:if state == waitingForDesiredCoords and coords == desiredCoords

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-07 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay Awesome, thanks for the input. No, the NVDA dlls don't provide this functionality (it doesn't look like they've been updated for about ten years.) So hopefully this functionality will be merged into the dlls soon. URL:

Re: Audo saving your game in BGT?

2019-09-09 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Audo saving your game in BGT? Many languages provide the ability to save and load data natively. The generalization here is to do the reverse in the load function of your save function. If the first piece of data you write in your save function is a four-byte float, then the first

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-09 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay Ok. That definitely won't work for something like TDV. The user experience will be greatly disrupted if the player was asked to press ENTER after every status message. URL: https://forum.audiogames.net/post/460733/#p460733 --

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-07 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay It'll be interesting to see how synthesizers not sanctioned through official channels support this since we can't guarantee any kind of regular updates from this type of software. URL: https://forum.audiogames.net/post/460253/#p460253 --

Re: Where to begin?

2019-09-09 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Where to begin? Hi,The most effective way to get help is to come with a concrete question. When you say that you don't know where to begin, what exactly is tripping you up? Do you need help understanding programming fundamentals? Do you need a language suggestion? If yes to either of

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay @7: Thanks for this code, though as @8 mentioned, this would only work if no other sounds were playing.To achieve the words-per-minute count, I do exactly what Lone Wolf did:1. Have the screen reader speak something.2. The user presses ENTER

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay @7: Thanks for this code, though as @8 mentioned, this would only work if no other sounds were playing.To achieve the words-per-minute count, I do exactly what Lone Wolf did:1. Have the screen reader speak something.2. The user presses ENTER

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay Ok. I see now what this program does. How would you go from here (just getting volume) to determining if the screen reader is speaking? Do the volume levels change when something is streaming? After a quick glance it seems like it's only a

Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay

2019-09-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Empirically setting a screen reader delay Thanks everyone for your suggestions. It seems like some of you have gotten it to work reliably for determining if a screen reader is speaking, though I'm getting pretty accurate timings with the solution I've currently got, especially once I

Re: The problem of choosing the first programming language

2019-09-28 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: The problem of choosing the first programming language Since we're talking mostly potential for employment here, these are the languages I use most often in the real world:Node: Getting started is simply a matter of of installing NodeJS with the Express package and you have a fully

Re: The problem of choosing the first programming language

2019-09-28 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: The problem of choosing the first programming language Since we're talking mostly potential for employment here, these are the languages I use most often in the real-world:Node: Getting started is simply a matter of of installing NodeJS with the Express package and you have a fully

Re: The problem of choosing the first programming language

2019-09-28 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: The problem of choosing the first programming language Since we're talking mostly potential for employment here, these are the languages I use most often in the real world:Node: Getting started is simply a matter of of installing NodeJS with the Express package and you have a fully

Re: The Rpg Tools Pack, a small set of Bgt Includes.

2019-09-22 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: The Rpg Tools Pack, a small set of Bgt Includes. Cool but since it's open source I'd recommend you to host it on a standard repo like Github, instead of moving it to Google drive.Also I hope the 1 to 10 example was just an example and not how most BGT games are actually written when

Re: Logically coding logical AI's that do logical things?

2019-09-22 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: Logically coding logical AI's that do logical things? These are great questions and @magurp244 has covered most of what I was going to write on this subject. With respect to AStar, I've found it to be the most useful and actually employ it in TDV quite successfully.Since we're talking

Re: The Rpg Tools Pack, a small set of Bgt Includes.

2019-09-22 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: The Rpg Tools Pack, a small set of Bgt Includes. @redfox: No, the example's fine. But you can extend your example to say this:Create an array of length n for i from 0 to theArray.length - 1 theArray[i] = i+1 endForThis is much better and more flexible than simply hard-coding the

Re: How to use a synthesizer speak library in c#

2019-10-08 Thread AudioGames . net ForumDevelopers room : Munawar via Audiogames-reflector
Re: How to use a synthesizer speak library in c# https://raw.githubusercontent.com/munaw … iSpeech.cs/* This source is provided under the GNU AGPLv3 license. You are free to modify and distribute this source and any containing work (such as sound files) provided that: * - You make