A room has some text called exit-dsc. The exit-dsc of a room is usually “describe some of them exits here!”.
After printing the locale description of a room (called cur-room), say “[exit-dsc of cur-room][line break]”.
The Wilkie Memorial Research Wing is a room. “It looks cool.”
The exit-dsc of Wilkie Memorial Research Wing is “There are exits to the north and east.”
The doll is a thing in Wilkie Memorial Research Wing.[/code]
This writtes the room description after mentioning of objects:
My own preference is to make full descriptions the default, but then to keep room descriptions relatively brief (no more than 2-3 sentence tops). I think for most people the eyes tend to glaze over a room description the second, third time etc., so it really doesn’t suck up much time or attention even when it repeats.
If a room description starts to get longer than a couple of sentences, I start looking for details that can be broken out into individual object descriptions, or as a “first impression” that displays the first time you enter the room and then goes away.