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UpgradeCostCalculator V1.00

Submitted by Bloody_Turds
This bundle is marked as approved. It works and satisfies the submission rules.
Calculates the total, and cost per level for upgrades.

Written in C++ (code below)

If the program doesnt work, you may not have the latest version of .net framework
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Keywords:
upgrades, calculator, balance
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UpgradeCostCalculator V1.00 (Binary)

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13:50, 13th Feb 2010 TriggerHappy: Would prefer some kind of GUI, but useful nonetheless.
  1. 13:50, 13th Feb 2010
    TriggerHappy:

    Would prefer some kind of GUI, but useful nonetheless.
     
  2. Bloody_Turds

    Bloody_Turds

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    Hope you find it useful, even though its fairly simple

    Program may also be used for Hero Experience needed, since they fall under the same formula.

    Feel free to do whatever you wish with the source code, I dont even care if you credit me.
    Source Code
    Code (Text):
    #include "stdafx.h"
    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;

    int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
    {
        char quit;
        do {
        int levels, sum = 0, current = 0, inc = 0, base = 0;
       

        cout << "Enter the number of Levels: ";
        cin >> levels;
        cout << "Enter the base cost: ";
        cin >> base;
        cout << "Enter the Increment value: ";
        cin >> inc;
        while (current < levels)
        {sum = sum + base+(inc*current);
        current++;
        cout << "Level " << current << " Level Cost: " << base+(inc*(current-1)) <<  "    Total Cost: " << sum << endl;
       
        };
        cout << endl << "The Grand Total Cost is: " << sum << endl <<endl;


        //Reset
        cout << "Type 'R' to reset the program: ";
        cin >> quit;
        cout << endl << endl;
        } while ( quit == 'R' || quit == 'r'  );
        return 0;
    }
     
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2010
  3. crimson fire

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    hmm its neat, simple and useful ^^
     
  4. InfernalTater

    InfernalTater

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    It's extremely simple... I can do that stuff in 20 seconds using methods I learned in middle school...
     
  5. Zeatherann

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    Maybe learn and SFML/SDL, it's cross platform for linux/mac/windows, and is used for GUI/sounds/ect, and is still C++.

    Also, i might be motivated enough to post my own version of this with my appended ideas, but probably not as i'm very lazy.
     
  6. MasterTrainer

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    Cool; I might be able to use this in balancing my map.