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So I'm making a game for a friends birthday! and I need help it was going great I got a error for the second time! I was coming back to code and when I compiled it made no errors it said Compile Complete! so I ran and I got NO default.bas.bin but no compile error I redid the settings and still nothing I get a output file with nothing in it its a text? ill link me unfinished code for you but please help anyone!?!?

 

Code:

 

rem Generated 11/8/2014 1:13:12 AM by Visual bB Version 1.0.0.554

rem **********************************

rem *<filename> *

rem *<description> *

rem *<author> *

rem *<contact info> *

rem *<license> *

rem **********************************

playfield:

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

............X.......X...........

............X.......X...........

............XXX...XXX...........

................................

................................

................................

................................

................................

................................

................................

end

 

COLUPF = $22

COLUBK = $32

player0x = 75

player0y = 75

player1x = 20

player1y = 20

missile1height=4:missile1y=255

NUSIZ0 = 16

sprites

player1:

%00100100

%00100100

%10100101

%11111111

%00111100

%01111110

%01100110

%01011010

end

player0:

%01100110

%00100100

%10111101

%11111111

%00111100

%01111110

%01111110

%01111110

end

if missile0y>240then goto skip

missile0y = missile0y-2:goto draw_loop

skip

if joy0fire then missile0y = player0y-2:missile0x=player0x+4

 

draw_loop

drawscreen

goto sprites

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Well, a possible problem is that you have:

if missile0y>240then goto skip

You probably need a space between 240 and then, or you'll confuse the compiler.

 

Beyond that, I don't see any issues, aside from your lack of spacing. This works for me:

birthday.bas

 

Also, you should wrap your code in code tags, like this:

   rem Generated 11/8/2014 1:13:12 AM by Visual bB Version 1.0.0.554
   rem **********************************
   rem *<filename> *
   rem *<description> *
   rem *<author> *
   rem *<contact info> *
   rem *<license> *
   rem **********************************
   playfield:
   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
   ............X.......X...........
   ............X.......X...........
   ............XXX...XXX...........
   ................................
   ................................
   ................................
   ................................
   ................................
   ................................
   ................................
end
 
   COLUPF = $22
   COLUBK = $32
   player0x = 75
   player0y = 75
   player1x = 20
   player1y = 20
   missile1height=4:missile1y=255
   NUSIZ0 = 16
sprites
   player1:
   %00100100
   %00100100
   %10100101
   %11111111
   %00111100
   %01111110
   %01100110
   %01011010
end
   player0:
   %01100110
   %00100100
   %10111101
   %11111111
   %00111100
   %01111110
   %01111110
   %01111110
end
   if missile0y>240 then goto skip
   missile0y = missile0y-2:goto draw_loop
skip
   if joy0fire then missile0y = player0y-2:missile0x=player0x+4
 
draw_loop
   drawscreen
   goto sprites
Edited by Cybearg

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Can you post what the errors you're getting are?

 

If your compiler's broken, I'd recommend re-downloading the latest version and setting everything up from scratch. Probably best to re-download vbB as well.

 

Do you know what versions you're using? Everything's so scattered, it can be hard to know where the latest versions of things are, but I think that this should have the latest version of everything.

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Once you are sure that you have the latest, if you get some weird unexplainable error, restarting your computer usually fixes the problem.

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