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August 15th, 11:01 AM
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To get started writing in DinkC you can read this 3.1 version of the DinkC reference, at or this (4.0 I think) version of the DinkC reference in Windows Help File format at . You can also learn a lot by studying the DinkC code of other dmods.

Another way for you to start would be to use this excellent multi-part video tutorial at .

Meanwhile, I have taken the below sample psuedo-code and made it a bit more DinkC compliant. Let's say that all the following is in a file named "spittle.c" .

void main(void)
	// To my knowledge, there is no DinkC spit() function, though
	// perhaps this was meant to refer to an internal spit()
	// function within this module, which I will call spittle.c .
	// Also, I don't think you can count on code being executed
	// in the main() procedure unless it is between the curly
	// braces, not just in front of the first curly brace after
	// the [void main(void)] declaration.
	// I have removed the [spit();] code above.

	// Presumably this integer was declared in main.c as a global
	// variable, like: [make_global_int("&spit_hit_face", 0);]
	// and later set to 1 somewhere in another DinkC script when
	// it is time to show the spittle is in it's proper place.
	if (&spit_hit_face == 1)
		// To my knowledge, there is no DinkC display() function.
		// To put an image on screen requires a process much like
		// the following:
		// a) You find and/or create the image, perhaps in this
		//    case of just some spittle.
		// b) You convert the image type to .bmp, which works
		//    with more versions of the dink engine than .png
		//    files including the most popular and stable
		//    freedink 1.08+ versions.
		// c) You create entries for this image in dink.ini for
		//    your dmod, assigning it a sequence and frame number.
		//    In this case, we will pretend that this sequence and
		//    frame are 518 and 1 respectively. 
		// d) Decide where on screen you want the image to appear.
		//    In this case, it would be based on Dink's location
		//    on the screen. Dink, is always runtime sprite #1.
		//    In this case we assume that the spit should be
		//    offset from Dink's location so that it ends up
		//    on his face instead of at his feet.

		// display ("spit.png")
		int &dinkx = 0;
		int &dinky = 0;
		int &spit = 0;
		&dinkx = sp_x(1, -1);
		&dinky = sp_y(1, -1);
		&dinky -= 80;
		&spit = create_sprite(&dinkx, &dinky, 11, 518, 1);
		// The say() function requires that you state which sprite
		// on screen says the words. In this case, we will have
		// sprite #1 (Dink) say it. There are other variants on
		// the say() function such as say_xy(), say_stop() and 
		// say_stop_xy() that behave a little differently and take
		// other parameters.
		say("You have failed spitting on the face, try again?", 1);