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Author:
    s
Rating:
    7.4 (5 votes)
Type:
    Example
Language:
    GM 6
Reviews:
    None
Submitted:
    May 11, 2007
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VastArguments
This is mainly experimental,you'll probably want to edit out the execute_string if you need to use a vast argument system
VastArguments increases the limit of arguments.It features how to make 1Darrays max at 32000^2 instead of 32000 and how to max a script's arguments at 32000,32000^2 and whenever your computer asplodes from too many fricken variables instead of 16.You can also multiply these limits by 16 with a small change that will increase lag and use multiple arguments

This is,of course,not needed in most cases.Why someone would code 69105arguments I don't know.But this could be used for code generated code

Press ENTER and input a number,it will output results.ini

The parser works like normal arguments,but the symbol is different(it can use commas with the 1Dsystem,but not the others)
dynarg("!'this'!'symbol'!'is'!'used'!'instead'!'of'!'a'!'comma'!'because'!'replacing'!'them'!'would'!'require'!'recognizing'!'commas'!'of'!'arrays'")


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This is very interesting and all, but did it really need three screenshots?
Posted by Shork May 11, 2007 23:27 - 10.6 years ago
| [#01]

9/10 because it's not a TDS,platformer,menu or pfx example +
Posted by Mu6502 May 12, 2007 5:07 - 10.6 years ago
| [#02]

Lol @ Murftronics
Posted by biggoron May 12, 2007 5:15 - 10.6 years ago
| [#03]

I've always have been interested as hell in code generated code. I've experimented with it with AI's and all that crazy stuff. It's extremely difficult to make code generate code without a ton of preset thingss that it can just randomly add. And this is pretty interesting, i might use it. Oh, and i entered a massive number forgetting that my computer would die... =P. 9/10
Posted by DevonX May 12, 2007 10:03 - 10.6 years ago
| [#04]

I don't like that font, but still, it increase argument capacity, so yay!
Posted by Azure May 12, 2007 10:32 - 10.6 years ago
| [#05]

@Shork=Well,there are 3systems no?
@Muft=Ya,I like to avoid submitting redundant material
@Devon=I thought I should put a warning...what did you input?
@Axias=Its in Npad,sry if you don't like my style
@SY=I'm just gna leave now...
Posted by s May 12, 2007 11:38 - 10.6 years ago
| [#06]

Three systems maybe, but they all look like a massive pile of numbers. Remember that ideally this should run in the background as part of another program, we don't need to see so many numbers here.
Posted by Shork May 12, 2007 14:20 - 10.6 years ago
| [#07]

Meh, it does what it says, but not really useful.
Posted by Coffee May 12, 2007 20:43 - 10.6 years ago
| [#08]

wow.... i'm SURE glad i don't know shit about code, just the variables.......
Posted by panzercretin May 12, 2007 21:05 - 10.6 years ago
| [#09]

@SY=The commas can't be used because I figured my use of string_replace would replace itself,if that is not so then thx for pointing that out
As for efficiency,besides using ds_,what do you suggest?
I figure most ppl can convert to ds_ if they care to,unless you beg to differ?
Posted by s May 13, 2007 0:25 - 10.6 years ago
| [#10]

Hehehe...well, I checked it out, by opening the file, but since it couldn't put the ini anywhere it screwed up and was blank...then I figured it out! Well...it's somewhat cool, but it's not really that helpful. I think though that at least we have an example on vast arguments now though...8/10.
Posted by Crane-ium May 14, 2007 9:32 - 10.6 years ago
| [#11]

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