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Finaly but shose in your mourh


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@Mohammad_abumoosa I’m eleven years old, and I’m not trying to be mean to you, I’m just saying that you really can’t expect code to fall into your lap, and I know it doesn’t seem like it to you, but it can be hard to tell what you’re asking, and since most programming languages (including Lua) are based off of English, I really think you should work on your grammar before you program too much. And really, like @Ignatz said, you can post a small question he and get a few good examples and answers, but pretty much everything you ask for requires code in setup(), draw(), and touched(touch). I think maybe you should try looking at a different example, and digging into the code to see how it works. You’ll want quite a bit of experience before you make a full-blown game. I would like to see any small examples or bits of code you made, and I’m sure everyone else would like to, too. Good luck on your quest of programming!

@Mohammad_abumoose. ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? You are understanding Arabic I know more things than you. I don’t know if that is the correct translation or not. If you want people to help you, you need to supply all of the code. I loaded your code, but it didn’t work because it’s missing classes. Without having all of the code, it’s harder for us to figure out what you want then it is for you to figure it out. You know how your game is supposed to work, we don’t. Formatting the code and removing all of the blank lines will make it easier to read and make it smaller to post. Everyone here is willing to help, but we can’t help you if you don’t help us.

@Mohammed - we don’t mind how old you are, or where you come from. We are all brothers here, and we all want to help. But it is hard to understand what you are asking.

I am sorry for that but did you now i work on my app 6 moth on codea and there s many different
And i well upload it After tow weeks but theres to thing they
I can read very well english and i can write i am the first excellent boy in all grad 7 and my hoppy is computer and i love the electronic things iam sorry for that

And its correct translation


Ok i read your comment ok pleas give me steps to format my code

I am going to close this discussion. I’ve seen too many internet discussions trail on long after they should have stopped just because everyone wants to get in the last word.

This is purely to close this discussion and let everyone draw breath, it is not to censure anyone.

@Mohammad_abumoosa I suggest that you think carefully about what you are asking and focus your question on the exact part that you are having difficulty with. If you don’t know how to start, then ask if anyone’s written a tutorial or has an already-written example that you can learn from. The key is that it is in your interests to make it easy for people to help you. No-one is paid to be here, no-one is paid to help out (and I doubt that anyone would want to be paid). We help out where we can and as we can. In such an economy, you are most likely to be successful if you can make it easy for us to help you. At the moment, your questions make it very difficult for us to help. It’s not just language (though that doesn’t help), it’s that it is hard to understand exactly what it is that would help you get to the next step.

A possible format for a technical question would be:

I’m trying to do something but not managing it. I’ve written a small example which hopefully shows what I’m trying to do and where I’m getting stuck. I think that the problem is with some topic but I don’t get why it isn’t behaving how I expect.

The key points here are: although you state your overall goal, you trim down the problem to something that I (or someone else) can just cut and paste into a tab and try out. You’ve had a go at solving it yourself so are able to focus the helper’s attention on the critical point.

In short, your best bet for getting help is to identify the point at which a small amount of effort on behalf of someone else will actually be of a huge benefit to your project. This is an extremely valuable skill and one that will stand you in good stead in later life.