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Default ITSE-1429_RLForms3 - 02-01-2015, 05:24 PM

Today I just got done with Assignment 3. This assignment was easy once I got familiar with using parameters with Alice. Because of how easy it was for me, I decided to add more to the project then what was originally asked. The only thing I don't know how to do with Alice is make it as if the Mummy is walking instead of gliding across the screen. When I was working on assignment two, the penguin had a built in method for that. I imagine it is probably possible to do that but it would require more work. Anyway, I made the Pharaoh stand near a pyramid while the mummy slowly walks forward to eat him. When the Mummy is about to eat him , The Pharaoh raises his hand and calls upon Ra the sun god. The Deity shows up, Ra raises his hand similar to that of the Pharaoh and the mummy gets engulfed in flames. To construct this program I decided to use a while loop operated by a true or false value with two if statements. I used parameters to make the Pharaoh and Ra raise their hands and the rest was history. The only thing that's kind of sloppy about my code is the fact that I have two else statements that are void in my program other than that, I think its pretty good.
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Default Good Job - 02-01-2015, 08:02 PM

It's always good to push yourself.
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