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Going to War: Creating Computer War Games by Jason Darby

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Playback

Playback is running your creation as if the program was a completed compiled file. This allows the programmer to test the program as he goes along. When running the program it will display over the MMF2 program and will act as if it was the final program. However, it can be stopped with a click of a button allowing the programmer to continue coding his creation.

There are three types of playback:

  • Run Project: A project is a set of MMF2 applications loaded all at once, unless you are running multiple applications at the same time. Then you are unlikely to need this option often.

  • Run Application: This runs the whole application from the first frame and continues until the application is exited by the user or by code. This is as near as ...

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