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gabizilda 03-29-2011 01:35 PM

Structure of Alice
Hi! Does anybody know if there is any kind of data hierarchy in Alice? I have to make a schema that shows it like a tree.. For example, if it starts with the object, and the object has its properties (color, texture etc), and each object has its own events, the class "object" is the parent node of the class "properties" and the class "events"... I've tried to find something that could bring me to the answer, but I didn't find anything yet..
Thanks! :)

reuben2011 03-29-2011 07:23 PM

Sounds interesting. What are you trying to do?

jediaction 03-29-2011 08:44 PM

In Alice, I am pretty sure there isnt. Out of Alice, its not neccesarily going to be there either because there was be a recent folder where alice stores recent saves files and data storages. So, unless there is a folder which stores (live) data which is kept in a temproary data folder while Alice is running, there is no luck in it. Sorry, but thats all I can tell you. I hope it helped at least a little, but maybe another user can step into this with some good info...(eh hem) (David), unless you know the answer, please dont say something like I just said..;):D

reuben2011 03-30-2011 01:11 AM

I'm reading a book about Java and the last chapter has something about tree-like data structures with nodes and such. If I get to that chapter, I'll see if I can help.

gabizilda 03-30-2011 08:43 PM

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Ppl! Thank you.. I've finished my "tree".. I think what i wanted is something like this.. Do you think I have to add something else? Tnx!

aruna29 03-31-2011 02:54 AM

Nice Question
It is really a interesting question.I have read this type of question in c# language.First of all object is main class then there is a class after that object,instance,functions etc. comes.

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