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A while ago, Myles Zadok suggested that someone make an ICE tutorial. I decided to make a series of tutorials for the C version of ICE. The first video is up now. The audio is sort of annoying (mic pops and you can hear my really heavy breathing Very Happy ). The first video goes over text functions (scale, color, ect.) It's pretty basic stuff but I plan on doing videos on some of the more complex aspects of ICE in the future.
The videos are here:
Tutorial #7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oShNhu2obR4&feature=youtu.be
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Tutorial #6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2gaj9ywDvQ&feature=youtu.be
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Tutorial #5: https://youtu.be/DRtvI9s-Nl0
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Tutorial #4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFsLaTuiG0g
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Tutorial #3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liQivfIZrks&feature=youtu.be
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Tutorial #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9urYXyQtPMg&feature=youtu.be
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Tutorial #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGTMz8wuOAs&feature=youtu.be
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That video actually helped me! Thanks, dankcalculatorbro!
I look forward to more of these videos! It makes ICE seem less daunting and more like a language I can learn. Laughing
I've subscribe!
I think you cut yourself off at the end:
dankcalculatorbro wrote:
"that's it... hope you enjoyed..."

and cut.

Anyways, great video, and I look forward to the upcoming episodes!
Privy to TLM's suggestion, I am putting all new videos in the first post, but the url for this video is still found below.

Posted a second ICE tutorial video, going over basic shapes (lines,rectangles,circles...). I also wanted to point out for anyone who watches that the description contains all the commands used in the video with syntax and a brief description (this applies for both videos so far).
Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9urYXyQtPMg&feature=youtu.be
YAY!! Can't wait to find time to look at it!

When will the next one be out?Wink
Nicely done on both of these; they had good flow and correlation, which isn't usually seen in many tutorials. Keep up the good work Smile
MateoConLechuga wrote:
Nicely done on both of these; they had good flow and correlation, which isn't usually seen in many tutorials. Keep up the good work Smile


I agree. I was stuck making an ICE program, but I watched your video and it became clear. Thank you!Very Happy
Thank you guys! I plan on trying to get one put every week to week and a half. It's sort of hard to find the time.
Thanks for doing these! They are definitely helpful!
One suggestion I have for posting your videos is, could you only put new videos in your first post? Then only make a new post stating that you made a new one? It'd be helpful for keeping everything in one place so we don't have to hunt through the thread. Smile
You should also make a printable guide, since you know a lot about ICE. That would also be helpful.
Cool! Keep up the excellent work! Smile
Posted a video going over If and Else. Sorry it took me so long, I recorded it a while ago but never edited and uploaded it. At the beginning I say I will cover variables some, but that was a lie. I meant that I would use the -> store arrow without really explaining anything, as that will be gone over in the future. The video is in the first post as a youtube tag, or just use this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liQivfIZrks&feature=youtu.be
Cool! Another idea is to go over an ICE program in detail, but you should decide how you do it. I wish I had time to do these, but I don't.
Just wanted to give a quick update. I've been pretty busy but all my midterms are over in a week so I can hopefully start posting more after that.
Hey, a suggestion for a future video. Could you explain in detail how app vars work? There are a few commands I'm just not sure how to use. Although some could explain it to me, I find a visual of the commands work better for me. Smile
TheLastMillennial wrote:
Hey, a suggestion for a future video. Could you explain in detail how app vars work? There are a few commands I'm just not sure how to use. Although some could explain it to me, I find a visual of the commands work better for me. Smile


Isn't that a little more advanced? Razz I think dankcalc's progressing the difficulty of the content slowly.

jcgter777 wrote:
You should also make a printable guide, since you know a lot about ICE. That would also be helpful.


There's already one Razz

I can make sample programs if you need me to! A next level video might make Pong. (rewrite it, and go over what each part does), or maybe using rand/randInt, and using SM84CE's two simulators as examples. (?)
Posted a video going over loops (While, Repeat, For). I added the video to the first post. A direct link is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFsLaTuiG0g. I've been meaning to keep this up. I do plan on going over more advanced topics in the future but I want to cover everything so that someone completely new to ICE could follow and learn.
Thank you a lot for your videos, they helped a lot the beginners. (wich i am)
You do a good work dankcalculatorbro.
Posted a video going over integer variables in ICE (rand,randInt,det(16). The video is in the first post. A direct link is here: https://youtu.be/DRtvI9s-Nl0. This is part 1 of a few videos that will cover the different variable types in ICE (lists, strings). I have also decided to exhibit everything I've covered in my tutorials so far by making Snake in ICE as one of my tutorial videos. The next videos will be:
6. getKey
7. Double buffering
8. Sprites and convPNG
9. Lists
10. Snake

I think Snake will be a good learning program to make because it shows off integers, random numbers (for the apples), Lists (to store the snake body), getkey (to control the snake), graphics, and logic (collision detection).
  
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