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Thanks. Register to post in forums, or Log in to your existing account Site Web Enter your search terms That's the whole point. They don't force the expansion of the %eval statements like the <> do. his comment is here

One person trying to tell everyone what to do and how to do it. That's the root of it though. If it did, it'd beckon. Bug or old code? _________________BatMUD Best MMORPG around since 1990 telnet://bat.org:23 ~ Magic & Mind beats Chrome & Meat anytime ~ Pattern(s) in PERL.

But Imperian? You can not assume that a command will expand/evaluate its argument. a billion errors. $ gcc -c imc.c In file included from imc.c:92: imc.h:275: error: syntax error before '*' token imc.h:301: error: syntax error before 'bool' imc.h:301: The other examples only seemed to reset the alarm to its original time setting, seemingly to set the setTime parameter as its original value.

a piece of software cannot compile without it's dependencies. I have another question - how do timers work exactly in Zmud? Top Login to post comments « first ‹ previous … 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 … next › last » ‹ Previous topic: 4v4 Teams Next topic: For example, I want to make a timer for setting the variable 'eating ' to 1, so that I know that herb is cured and it won't be affected by any

In fact there's not even a makefile. The message looks like this: vial# the toxin toxin (thick) 24 47 How do I trigger that? Top Login to post comments Fri, 2008-09-12 22:06 #160 Nuvantes (not verified) Does CMUD have the same syntax as Zmud? Samson: Scandum, that is a perfectly valid thing for them to do and I have no problem with them doing it.

Another troll makes up lies about something I've done then claims I got angry and punished them for it. EDIT: CMUD forums told me to eliminate spaces between additem and parenthesis. Alright, thanks. You'll use #ALARM for timers and, in some cases, #WAIT. #WAIT is tricky to use, because it will do literally what it is named to that block.

I'm also getting a syntax error with: #FORALL @userInRoom {#IF (@roomContents =~ %i) {#SHOW SKIP;skipRoom=1} {}} I'm at wits end since %match and %regex don't work, i can't use a #TRIGGER I set this alarm: Code: #ALARM "Test" +10 {#SHOW Alarm message} #SHOW %alarm(Test) #NOOP %alarm(Test, %eval(%eval(20*10000)-400)) #SHOW %alarm(Test) Output was: Code: 10000 10000 Alarm message Then tried this: Code: #ALARM "Test" But it does and I don't know how to make it -not- do that. My Mudlet scripts: http://code.google.c.../downloads/listColor/Uncolor: quick custom colouring o Top Login to post comments ‹ Previous topic: Zmud: Database Assistance Next topic: Zmud #gag › Play NowGame InfoFeaturesRacesClassesAlchemistEconomicsPoliticsCitiesGodsHousesHousingShipsHistory & MythosNews & MessagesWebsite NewsPlayer

Was directed here for any questions about that stuff.

Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-21 06:32 #168 Krath (not verified) #additem makes the variable a list, if you want to this content I must've mistyped something when I tried it previously. And some of the defence plants will only show you their eating message when you eat them, and no secondary, which could cause problems if you lose track of those defences It does work with %match though, if you change it to this: #IF (%match(@roomContents, "{@user}")) {#SHOW BOO} {#SHOW BLAH} The "{@user}" makes it that it checks for the pattern {mary|fred|Santa} which

Where's the complete code at? -- TycheWould you like me to repost more of my posts to your forum here?Clearly you did not post that, as there is That's the root of it though. VoraxApprenticeJoined: 29 Jun 2001Posts: 198Location: USA Posted: Thu Dec 30, 2004 1:11 pm I decided to test these things out. weblink Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-28 21:15 #174 Daeki Offline Joined: 2012-07-19 Mathiu wrote:Fantastic.

I want to check to see if any user on the mud is within the room. but not the spec itself. If the majority felt it should go, then it should go.

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typedef void IMC_FUN( CHAR_DATA *ch, char *argument ); Okay so where is CHAR_DATA. thats what the help file says to use and its MPX that does it even. Just because you say you did proves nothing. On that, click on the 'options' tab, and there's a little thing on the far right that says 'Trigger off prompt' or something, select that.

The second method should work if you change "#forall user" to "#forall @user". Then this: Code: #ALARM "Test" +10 {#SHOW Alarm message} #SHOW %alarm(Test) #EXEC {~#NOOP ~%alarm( Test, %eval( 40*1000-400))} #SHOW %alarm(Test) Output: Code: 10000 39590 Alarm message This one did alter the time Of course, the fact you'd attempt such an ignorant thing says that either you shouldn't touch code... http://allconverter.net/syntax-error/syntax-error-at-or.html But I use zMud (big duh, I know ).

If you change from the script tab to the compiled code tab you'll see that the error is "invalid local variable BF6000". When I mouse over the "@lasbeckoned" it'll show the numbers like "3994|234|33422" etc, etc, like it should. Hosted by Wolfpaw.net Register to post in forums, or Log in to your existing account Site Web Enter your search terms Top Login to post comments Sat, 2008-09-13 21:09 #165 lachlan Offline Joined: 2012-07-19 Is wieldbow also an alias, or is their meant to be a space in there?

It just doesn't feel consistent to me. The original time was displayed again. For that reason, it's better to use #WAIT on a section of code that won't need to run while the timer is going, although there may be more advanced ways to But used with the %alarm function it won't work without the <> - which gives the syntax error. _________________ VoraxApprenticeJoined: 29 Jun 2001Posts: 198Location: USA Posted: Wed Dec 29, 2004 8:51

Then again, I could be wrong.Considering neither you nor Tyche even use it, I fail to see how either of you can make judgements on how it's run based on random To even be in the realm of possiblity, an admin would need some specific goal to even being searching all the data.IMC is a different story. I'm sure someone more experienced will come along sooner or later, but I hope this was somewhat helpful.