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Default 10-20-2010, 09:26 AM

OK now look. Like I said. This is just the one thing that I am not very good at in alice. Converting is another but thats a different story. I played the game, and your question has a simple answer but what is the problem with trying what I said?


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Default 10-20-2010, 01:00 PM

I thought that I did try what you had said ... maybe I'm just confused.

when I look at your programs code, I don't see the correlation to my code I'm wanting to develop. I'm not sure how to proceed with making my code work properly.
I think for this particular one, I'm done trying to make it work... it just doesn't make much sense to me
   
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Default 10-20-2010, 01:17 PM

So am i correct here... you want to ask questions and add to the number they get correct or incorrect (respectivly) after each answer, then display it in a text string that the charactors say?
   
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Default 10-20-2010, 02:56 PM

sort of.

it's to show how to demonstrate parameters, global variables and methods.

the intent is to create an Alice world with at least three objects of your choice ...


Create two global variables called numberCorrect and numberIncorrect.
Create new variable and create numberCorrect as a number with an initial value of zero.
Do the same thing for numberIncorrect.
In the main method, create three variables that you will send to the called methods.
Create at least three methods to respond to three questions you will be asking in the main method.
In each method, create a parameter (not a variable) where the answer will go when the method is called from the main routine.
Since the numberCorrect and numberIncorrect are global variables, we can access them from all the methods in the project.
In the methods, you increment the number right and wrong.
At the end of the main routine, you then display the number the user got correct and incorrect.

make sense?

I tried this(but with only two objects) but could not get it to execute correctly.... did you see my world I had attached several days ago?
   
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Default 10-20-2010, 03:15 PM

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sort of.

it's to show how to demonstrate parameters, global variables and methods.

the intent is to create an Alice world with at least three objects of your choice ...


Create two global variables called numberCorrect and numberIncorrect.
Create new variable and create numberCorrect as a number with an initial value of zero.
Do the same thing for numberIncorrect.
In the main method, create three variables that you will send to the called methods.
Create at least three methods to respond to three questions you will be asking in the main method.
In each method, create a parameter (not a variable) where the answer will go when the method is called from the main routine.
Since the numberCorrect and numberIncorrect are global variables, we can access them from all the methods in the project.
In the methods, you increment the number right and wrong.
At the end of the main routine, you then display the number the user got correct and incorrect.

make sense?

I tried this(but with only two objects) but could not get it to execute correctly.... did you see my world I had attached several days ago?
I do have something just like that in mg JA command System. I know its in there. So look again


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Default 10-20-2010, 04:34 PM

I looked again ... even took screenshots to compare.

Not much help to me
   
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Default 10-20-2010, 09:11 PM

Sorry but, what do you want me to do?


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Default 10-20-2010, 09:23 PM

Im not understanding the question your asking ether


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Default 10-21-2010, 08:40 AM

Here is what I have put together.

Hopefully by looking at the program/code you'll see what it is that the program is suppose to do.
I think it is close but needs a tweak or two somewhere to really work properly.

I don't know enough about Alice to describe it any other way or to make it work any better.

let me know if this helps at all ... see the attached
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Default 10-21-2010, 09:30 AM

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Im not understanding the question your asking ether
Sorry, Its just to confusing. I have no idea what ssuttles wants...


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