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Sirius wrote:why psp's games are developed using C?
Sirius wrote:also my little research on google says that most of the thrid generations PC games use C++
Q: If gcj could compile for the PSP like gcc (iirc, the pspsdk used gcc), this would mean the JVM isn't necessary, right?m0skit0 wrote:Sirius wrote:why psp's games are developed using C?
Huh? Most PSP games are made using C++, not C (you can see this if you've done some RE work on PSP games). Homebrew-made SDK is C-based, but this doesn't mean official Sony game SDK is for C. I don't think so. And anyway, in PSP you cannot make games in Java because there's no JVM. C/C++ is native, Java/Python/C# is not. Also for PSP you don't care about the game being multi-platform. And anyway, PSP SDK doesn't offer any other alternative, so you just have to do it that way.
wistine wrote:Hello everyone, so here I wish I had good advice I'm a beginner I currently learning C language but I wonder if I have to just learn the basics of me and then launched into programming psp or must I learned from A to Z all C and then launched me into programming, someone could advise me if you like me thank you?
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wistine wrote:Thank you asgard 20032 very much for answering!
Do not worry regarding the consoles I have the psp 5.50 gen D3, vita 1.69 ps and a PS3 but not good topic.
As for the C language I would follow your advice, I would learn a little more than the basics and I ensuites orienterais to a GTK SDL as its what I will not be easy but I am motivated to learn, if the functions printf, scanf, else, if so .... variables, guidelines prépocésseur (library) I learned recently I managed to understand and coded some interesting things with codeblocks on my pc but for now I'm stuck at the modulo%
Thank you for your answer!
Xian Nox wrote:Q: If gcj could compile for the PSP like gcc (iirc, the pspsdk used gcc), this would mean the JVM isn't necessary, right?
modulo is actually the remainder of a division.
Example: c = 2000 % 2
c = the remainder of 2000 divided per 2
modulo 2 is a good way to know if the number is odd or not.
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