A Tale of Two Languages

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Inform version 6 and version 7 are about as different as two languages can be, so your choice of which one to use for your next great game boils down to personal preference.

Daniel Bartholomew has been a fan of interactive fiction since he first was exposed to it on his Apple IIe many, many years ago. He lives with his wife and children in North Carolina.

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The Link to the files

Anonymous's picture

The link in the magazine was incorrect. The files are actually located here:

ftp://ftp.linuxjournal.com/pub/lj/listings/issue174/10130.tgz

One other thing to keep in mind: if you want to compile the code, first remove the line numbering.

Looking for code...

augmentedfourth's picture

I'm also curious where the code is!

The Link was incorrect

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But is fixed now.

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

Ah... I had been trying to

augmentedfourth's picture

Ah... I had been trying to get the code from the link within the article, not the link at the end. The link in the article should be updated as well.

Unavailability of sources issue 174

Anonymous's picture

I know Linux Journal has been getting worse lately but this is the first time that the sources for an issue are entirely unavailable. The credit crash hitting linux journal already?

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