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chicky371
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Default 04-30-2018, 08:52 AM

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Originally Posted by coynerm View Post
Trying to create a global counter variable to keep track of collision events ie each time an object collides then increment counter but...can only create local variable for each collision event. Is there a way to create a global variable in the initializeEventListeners?

Also, why doesnt the 'object.isCollidingWith.otherObject' function work? I tried using this but it didnt detect the collision so I went w/ the eventListener for collision detection. If I can get this function working then I can create a global variable....thx.

Mike
In 'isCollidingWith' function, if you want it to work while the program is running, you should put it into 'while' statement because it is a condition, if you set up it once, the program just compares one, and then passes it, so i think while statement will help you repeat until the condition is true.
   
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