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BADIM-PC\Vadim edited this page Mar 22, 2017 · 3 revisions

init

TIC has only two core functions in it's design. The tic function and the scanline function.

Anyway many user would like to have a init function, called only one time at the beginning of the code execution. Thanks to LUA flexibility, it's very easy to add it:

function init()
   --init your stuff here
    t=0
end

--call init, it will be executed only once
init()

--tic will be instead called 60 times every second
function TIC()
    cls(12)
    print("HELLO WORLD!",84,64)
    t=t+1
end

Basically it's enough to define a function (with the name you prefer), and call it before tic definition.

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