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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by Doan Sephim on Yesterday at 11:18:48 PM »
Can't you use something like this? e.g. leave the middle term blank. 
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'pry<open//shovel'
(just guessing, it's been a while)
Clever idea...and it works too! Thanks
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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by troflip on Yesterday at 05:49:07 PM »
Can't you use something like this? e.g. leave the middle term blank. 
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'pry<open//shovel'
(just guessing, it's been a while)
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Everything-Else / Re: Covid anxiety
« Last post by Doan Sephim on April 01, 2020, 11:04:04 PM »
Thanks for responding. Hang in there. I never realized how much I took for granted. I should be much more thankful in my life!
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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by Kawa on April 01, 2020, 12:35:33 PM »
Congratulations. Your nose is now open.
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Everything-Else / Re: Covid anxiety
« Last post by MusicallyInspired on March 31, 2020, 08:54:39 PM »
My wife works in healthcare as a homecare worker. She visits clients at their homes who need special care. Like, to get up in the morning, get to bed, have a bath, put on compression stockings, that sort of thing. But she takes a lot of precautions. As for me, I'm out of work right now and trying to get EI benefits. We've got two kids ourselves and school is entirely cancelled for the whole rest of the year. They can work from home with the curriculum we're enrolled in, so that's good. But yeah, crazy times. We're surviving.
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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by Doan Sephim on March 31, 2020, 03:30:33 PM »
"pry open nose with finger"
aka 'pick / nose' . You could catch that case with some sort of allusion to QfG1 :D
Ah yes! A great way to increase lock picking skills
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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by lskovlun on March 31, 2020, 03:18:01 PM »
"pry open nose with finger"
aka 'pick / nose' . You could catch that case with some sort of allusion to QfG1 :D
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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by Doan Sephim on March 31, 2020, 12:50:22 PM »
So, I think I have a reasonable solution.

Set up all the correct statements like before

After them insert:
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(if(Said('[pry<open]'))
            Print("How would you like to do that?")
        )
This will pick up anything with the phrase "pry open" so long as it's not in the list of things that worked in the code above it like "pry open grave with sword."

Sure, it will also trigger for "pry open nose with finger" but that's a sacrifice I'm willing to make  ;D
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SCI Syntax Help / Re: Parser Syntax Problem
« Last post by Doan Sephim on March 31, 2020, 09:01:24 AM »
Thanks Kawa. The examples you provided all have direct objects. The parser command I'm trying to account for is a statement with only an implied object, which is why this one is proving difficult for me.

"pry open with shovel" is implying the game knows the "what" that you are trying to "pry open"

In a perfect world, anyone who plays a game like this would know, "of course I need to plug in the object of the 'pry open' action," but in reality, I want to be able to program the game to either a) do what they are implying or b) ask them exactly what they are trying to pry open.
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Everything-Else / Re: Covid anxiety
« Last post by Charles on March 31, 2020, 08:50:55 AM »
Absolutely.

I think I'm in a fairly similar boat to yourself: 3 young children, working at home, watching the world fall apart around me. I honestly feel the same lack of motivation, not just in my hobby projects, but in my job as well. Not every day, but definitely some days.  For me, it's the uncertainty of it all... when can we all get back to a routine... are my family and I going to get through this alright-- not just my immediate family, but my extended family and friends.  The only thing that looks clear is that it's going to get a lot worse before it gets better, but what does that even mean.

Something that's helping me a bit is a meme I saw somewhere, that basically said: We're in the middle of a global pandemic. It's okay if you're not at your peak productivity.

For now, I'm happy to hug my kids and my wife, and grateful for the extra time I get with them.
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