There is an error in the code - how can I solve it?
It is saying something about one of my blocks. This block is an array in an array. It is meant to make a two-dimensional array. How can I fix the error? Is there an easier way to make a two-dimensional array?
Drawing to explain what I want:
“StartingHeights” variable is being used as both a number and number so the MakeCode compiler is getting confused.
inserts “StartingHightForMakingWorld” which MakeCode thinks is a number thus it thinks StartingHeights is a number here.
and this line:
is why MakeCode thinks StartingHightForMakingWorld is a number because “change _ by _” only works on numbers.
I think I’ve changed some things, but why is it still showing the error?
You’re still treating CurrentHightForMakingWorld as a number:
and then you’re assigning CurrentHightForMakingWorld to EndHightForMakingWorld:
but also you’re expecting EndHightForMakingWorld to be a number:
Um, I’m sorry. I still am having trouble.
CurrentHightForMakingWorld is supposed to be a number. So is EndHightForMakingWorld.
I changed this. it stll has errors.
Good to know “StartingHightForMakingWorld” should be “number”. Therefore this is a problem:
because EndingHeights is number (two dimensional like you said), when you do “get value at” from a number you get a number in return which it is then trying to assign to StartingHightForMakingWorld.
(_ get value at _) “peels” one layer of an array’s type. So number becomes number, number becomes number, etc.
If you want to get a single number, you have to do ((EndingHeights get value at (CurrentMapX)) get value at ???)
Here is the current version of the Sprite Art!
Thanks! All my arrays were number. Then, I had to change them to number. I didn’t know I missed that one!