Hi guys, I am new to the forums. I am making a basketball game. I draw the pictures I want, then put "recallpic 1" 7 times, then "recallpic 2" 7 times to create a little animation. Is there a way so that I do not have to input "recallpic" 7 times? Can't I use like some repeat button. Also, I know this programming way is very inefficient, you cats got any other ideas?
Is it literally:
RecallPic1 RecallPic1 RecallPic1 RecallPic1 RecallPic1 RecallPic1 RecallPic1 RecallPic2 RecallPic2 RecallPic2 RecallPic2 RecallPic2 RecallPic2 RecallPic2
If it is, then you can do:
For(A,0,6 RecallPic 1 End For(A,0,6 RecallPic 2 End
If you are alternating, you can do:
For(A,0,6 RecallPic 1 RecallPic 2 End
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The overhead from the For( loop might make that seem a bit choppy, depending on what they're animating. It might be better, depending on the specifics, to explicitly recall the pics each time.
(∂²Ψ)/(∂x²) = -(2m(V(x)-E)Ψ/( ℏ²Ψ)