It's been a while, but I wanna gdt back at it. I've no longer got my crappy laptop. I now have a decent PC. I also now have loads more time, being I'm out of school and all. Besides, now that PC total miner is out now, learning C# is more relevant. So let's do this.
Where should I start? I asked myself this earlier yesterday as I was preparing visual studio on my PC. I had a few ideas, but mostly I kept finding my way back to one thing. Character generators. Nothing complex, I believe. Character generators for tabletop RPGs, like Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder. I have progress on a homebrew ruleset, so I know all the traits and formulae I need. I just need the code.
So here's where I start. A windows form application seems like my best bet. Just an open window, most of the stuff I can drag and drop. I just need to work out how to... err... plug them all into each other. Hopefully @Craig
can lend some advice or code snippets like he did before, because I've retained very, very little memory on C#.
If anyone is interested in periodically learning C# along with me, or is just interested in my second expedition into the wild jungle of C#, feel free to post with your own thoughts and opinions.
At the moment, I'm trying to understan what the purpose of all the different text boxes are, and how to make the main start generating numbers to run through math problems to put in the textboxes. Any advice from anyone would be great.
Anyway, thanks for reading.