c++ program Roulette needs testing

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  1. Sniper

    Sniper Administrator Staff Member

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    Hey guys

    I just finished by project to create a simple Roulette game, I just need to make sure it runs correctly without having c++ installed on another computer.

    thanks
     

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  2. Waffle

    Waffle Alpha Geek

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    [​IMG]
    is what I get.
     
  3. Sniper

    Sniper Administrator Staff Member

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    thanks, need to have static links...I will post again.
     
  4. Nic

    Nic Sleepy Head

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    Seems to be a no go for me Sniper...this si what i get
    EDIT: Working here too now. Good job Sniper!
     

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  5. Sniper

    Sniper Administrator Staff Member

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    try again guys, just updated it.
     
  6. Waffle

    Waffle Alpha Geek

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    Works fine now, only all I can do is click Bid, watch a timer and then watch it 'spin'. everything else is greyed out.
     

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  7. Sniper

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    are you sure, after the spin, the collect button should be enabled.

    just some info; after clicking make bids, you have 10 seconds to make the bids, after which no bids can be made, then you spin the wheel, which takes 10 seconds.
    Then you should be able to click the collect button, to collect the winnings.
     
  8. Waffle

    Waffle Alpha Geek

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    EDIT

    hahah never mind, just myself being newbish.

    Very clever :), didn't think to drag the counters heh, was looking for a button or something :D
     
  9. Sniper

    Sniper Administrator Staff Member

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    you need to move the chips into the required bid area, after you click make bids.
     
  10. Waffle

    Waffle Alpha Geek

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    Yup got it. Didn't even consider that :x:

    works very nicely
     
  11. Matt555

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    Works fine for me. Nice one Sniper! :good:
     
  12. ninja fetus

    ninja fetus I'm a thugged out gangsta

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    works fine
    [win2kpro sp4]
     
  13. Addis

    Addis The King

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    I'll try it out later after school, do you mind posting the source code, I want to know how you got those images of the chips in C++.
    edit: nevermind.

    I've got the .net framework installed, so I can't tell whether you need to have it installed to run VC++ programs.
     
  14. Sniper

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    this was done using Borland C++ its like Delphi 7? I can email you the source, just pm your email add to send to.
     

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