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Latest revision as of 20:56, 24 February 2016

Here is a basic summary of what you have learned from this chapter.

  • The home screen has more than one form of output.
  • The getKey command can be used to recognize a key press.
  • Movement can be accomplished through the teamwork of getKey and ΔList(.
  • Games use skeleton loop to accomplish its main functions.
  • There are three special data types, matrices, lists, and strings, that can be used for special purposes, like map underlying, saving, and storing phrases.
  • You can use random numbers to enhance game play.

Commands Introduced

<< Random Numbers Table of Contents Exercises >>