Beginner's Guide to DarkBASIC Game Programming

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Course Technology, 2003 - Computers - 752 pages
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You're interested in programming games, but you don't know where to begin. Beginner's Guide to DarkBASIC Game Programming is here to help. You'll be programming games in no time— and with DarkBASIC, you'll be amazed at how little code you have to write! DarkBASIC features more than a thousand commands geared toward game development, giving you a powerful tool as you put your newfound skills into practice. You'll get coverage of both DarkBASIC and DarkBASIC Professional, as well as the complete DarkBASIC Language Reference on CD. This completely self- contained book is designed to give you all of the skills you need to begin an amazing journey into the world of game development.

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Jonathan Harbour taught game development as an Associate Professor at UAT (Tempe, AZ) for five years. He has written more than 20 books (plus revisions) on most of the major programming languages, such as C++, C#, VB, Java, and Python. He has also tackled hardware such as the Xbox, Xbox 360, Windows Phone, Android, Game Boy Advance and Pocket PC. He can be reached at www.jharbour.com.

Josh is the Lead Developer at iRx Reminder, LLC creating systems and software for longitudinal medical and health research. He has 15 years of professional IT experience and has been a programmer, sysadmin, consultant, owner, employee, and guy who makes sure the pop machine is full.

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