I want this in my room #50…
<<set $number50Room = $room>>
the 50 is a variable though ($myLocation)
I enter room 100, I then need a line in that room that says
<<set $number100Room = $room>>
I can’t hard code this in each room, I need this done using variables.
I’ve tried …
<<set $+“number”+$myLocation+“Room” = $room>>
$number+$myLocation+Room = $room>>
and a bunch of ideas similar to that, but none work.
I’m sure someone has a simple answer…thanks.
It sounds like you should be using an array.
<<set $room[$var] to $roomvalue>>
You will have to establish the array near the start of your game (maybe in StoryInit) so the size is already known. Like <<set $room to [0, 0, 0, 0, … , 0]>>, however many spaces you plan to use.
I may have got the exact format wrong, as I’m not at home.
$ is really just a shortcut for
State.variables, sirslice can do something more inline with their original idea using the actual variable object. Like this:
<<set State.variables["number" + $myLocation + "Room"] = $room>>
$myLocation equals 100, that will create a
I’m not going to say this is good coding practice or even a good idea. I’m just saying this should work.
Yes that works. Thank you again.