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Kithikor 07-28-2013 08:16 PM

Can It Be Done?
 
I just found Alice. Got it running and did a small setup. Is there a way to look at the coding, like in a Java code? I heard that I should check this out since I want to learn Java. Just curious.
Thanks in advance.

MrMoke 07-30-2013 06:22 PM

Only Version 3
 
You will most likely need to install the Java SDK and Netbeans. there should be some docs on how to open a version 3 world. I don't know if CM supports Eclipse.
Worlds modified using Netbeans cannot be reloaded into Alice,

AliceMaster00 07-30-2013 06:22 PM

Yes there is, its in the system preferences, not in the program its self, its in a XML in the Documents and Settings folder (i think, ive done it before).

MrMoke 07-30-2013 06:28 PM

Correct
 
In 2.3 it's under "Edit/Preferences/General/display my program/Java style with color"
That option makes the code look similar to Java Syntax, but it's not really Java, and won't port to an IDE. Maybe I misread the question.

AliceMaster00 07-30-2013 06:40 PM

[QUOTE=MrMoke;53346]In 2.3 it's under "Edit/Preferences/General/display my program/Java style with color"
That option makes the code look similar to Java Syntax, but it's not really Java, and won't port to an IDE. Maybe I misread the question.[/QUOTE]

Question, btw this is not to offend in anyway but, do you know how to script in JavaScript?

MrMoke 07-31-2013 11:16 AM

Yep!
 
Among other things, I use it to keep high scores on games that are played at different of times by different players.
When the world starts the previous high score and name appear, and new winners are prompted for their name when beating the previous high. New information is then permanently stored for next time.
Still, not a teaching tool for Java, since you have to know Java to write the scripts.

kuteme 11-12-2013 10:21 AM

Yes, I think it can be...it's in the system preferences, not in the program its self, its in a XML in the Documents and Settings folder
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