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Offline garnetgrey

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Using C# and .Net To Write FBA Lua Scripts?
« on: May 04, 2019, 02:49:52 PM »
Hey there! I?m a novice programmer that?s rather new to C# / .Net and programming as a whole. Something that?s always been so cool to me is the neat Lua scripts I?ve seen people write for FBA games.

Is it possible to write scripts of that sort with C# / .Net?

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Re: Using C# and .Net To Write FBA Lua Scripts?
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2019, 01:29:04 AM »
I'm not the best at explaining this stuff, and quite frankly I may be wrong, but I think Lua is pretty versatile in that it's similar to a lot of other languages. The script can be written in many ways, so having any sort of programming experience would be helpful, as you can sort of "shape" the script in a style that's similar to what you're used to. If not, I hear it's rather beginner friendly too.

I also hear http://www.lua.org has a pretty good manual.

I've never tried Lua scripting or TAS (which I assume is what you're wanting to learn about), so take this with a grain of salt. I think a forum specialising in TAS or Lua in general might be a better place to ask about this stuff.

I hope that was somewhat helpful.