yeah..that's what i think too. I know exactly what i want to write for my bot, but every time i spend 1hour writing 10lines, i spend 2 hours debugging it. That's very annoying. If i manage to code what i want for my bot , i can't see how i would not get top5
Warlighter's Bots for AI challenge: 3/21/2014 19:14:51
Ok, I figured out how to update the map with my deployments before I make my moves, but I can't find a way to update the opponent deployments before I attack/transfer. Is that even possible? Or allowed?
Warlighter's Bots for AI challenge: 3/21/2014 19:48:05
I don't understand what you mean. Do you want to uptate the opponent's deployments as of the deployments he made the previous turn, or do you mean uptade the deployments he made for the current turn, like you could see them before attack/transfer? I mean in Warlight you only see your opponent's deployments after you commited all your moves including attack/transfer, so it works the same here. you can't "get current turn opponent's deployement" then chose to attack or not.
Warlighter's Bots for AI challenge: 3/21/2014 19:50:54
I couldn't help it. Anyways, did some research seems fun to do computer coding and such, but I only have a google chromebook, and they lack any good apps for any kind of coding other than a really slow app for C.
Warlighter's Bots for AI challenge: 3/21/2014 19:59:01
you only really need a text editor (i.e. text pad) to take part in this competition, does your chromebook have anything like that? you don't have to compile the code yourself, you just write the code, zip it, then upload it to the website.
Warlighter's Bots for AI challenge: 3/21/2014 20:35:04