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#1 Colombia

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Posted 30 May 2006 - 07:41 PM

Yo tengo idea de programaci?n, pero hay muchas cosas que no entiendo sobre como programar sobre CPLua. Puedo entender las estructuras como el IF, While,etc.
Sin embargo no entiendo los encabezados como por ejemplo:
require "LuaCMZ/cmz"
require "LUACMZ/jrf"
etc.
Quisiera aprender mucho sobre CPLua, si algui?n quiere ayudarme

GRACIAS

I have a idea about programming, but there are so many things that I can?t understand about CPLua. I can understand commands like if, while, etc. However, i can?t understand commands as for example:
require "LuaCMZ/cmz"
require "LUACMZ/jrf"
etc.
I want to learn so much about CPLua, if someone wants to help me.

THANKS

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Posted 30 May 2006 - 07:57 PM

I have a idea about programming, but there are so many things that I can?t understand about CPLua. I can understand commands like if, while, etc. However, i can?t understand commands as for example:
require "LuaCMZ/cmz"
require "LUACMZ/jrf"
etc.
I want to learn so much about CPLua, if someone wants to help me.

THANKS

CPLua's specific commands and functions are listed in the file "functions.txt" in the zip file :)
There is no real documentation about it yet, but this should be a good start. If you have any more questions, don't hesitate to ask it here ;)

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Posted 30 May 2006 - 08:10 PM

CPLua's specific commands and functions are listed in the file "functions.txt" in the zip file :)
There is no real documentation about it yet, but this should be a good start. If you have any more questions, don't hesitate to ask it here ;)

Thanks ,i'll read it now




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