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 kaufill Member   Status: Offline Posts: 18 Join Date: Dec 2015 Assign5 - 12-25-2015, 06:47 PM The true purpose of this exercise, using the if/else statement, was easy for me. I was able to make that part of the program work on my first try! So what I decided to do to make this one more interesting was have a crowd waiting in line outside the club that would all be doing small, natural movements like a real crowd would. I had about 7 or 8 characters and set up an infinite loop where they would tap their feet, wave at people we couldn't see, cross their arms, etc. This was a fun way to get more comfortable making the objects move normally. Of course I set this up to "Do together" with the bouncer's methods so that they are moving while he talks. Though I accidentally put everything in a "Do together" at once which messed up the "ask the user" function and had the poor character trying to say all of his lines at once! A quick insert of a "Do in order" within the "Do together" fixed that right up! :P
Shannon Gallentine
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12-26-2015, 09:45 PM

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 Originally Posted by kaufill The true purpose of this exercise, using the if/else statement, was easy for me. I was able to make that part of the program work on my first try! So what I decided to do to make this one more interesting was have a crowd waiting in line outside the club that would all be doing small, natural movements like a real crowd would. I had about 7 or 8 characters and set up an infinite loop where they would tap their feet, wave at people we couldn't see, cross their arms, etc. This was a fun way to get more comfortable making the objects move normally. Of course I set this up to "Do together" with the bouncer's methods so that they are moving while he talks. Though I accidentally put everything in a "Do together" at once which messed up the "ask the user" function and had the poor character trying to say all of his lines at once! A quick insert of a "Do in order" within the "Do together" fixed that right up! :P
I had some fun with this one. I didn't get as detailed as you but i did have several characters waiting to get into the bar.

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