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  • C++ foyer (VCSU-MEP)
    the MOO in the study of C as well as some history of C b C basics such as the form of programs c The notion of a variable d Some miscellaneous small lessons that follow variables e Execution flow of control f Function definition and usage g Libraries and include statements h Advanced topics or m Go to the C Group Work Room x Exit to the language foyer

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/208/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Java Foyer (VCSU-MEP)
    basics of Java c More on Variables and Data Types d An Introduction to Applets e Flow of control structures f Structured Data g Advanced topics or x Exit to the language foyer Links Java History and Overview Basics of

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/209/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Character Creation (VCSU-MEP)
    VCSU MEP Character Application Your full name Name of your new character Your email address Please say a few words about why you wish to become a member of VCSU

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/xpress_misc/character_application.html (2013-06-12)
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  • enCore Administrators Guide (VCSU-MEP)
    very important that you specify the correct URL pointing to the directories holding the MOOtcan applet and the Xpress image and sound files You can now log into your MOO with Xpress by pointing your web browser to a URL that should look something like this http your site edu 7000 HOW TO MAKE NEW CHARACTERS Encore Xpress new MOO administration module makes character creation simple Just log on with Xpress and click on the menu button namned Wizard If you prefer to create characters the old fashioned way simply follow the steps outlined below make player name email address real name This command will create a new character If you have enabled outbound networking e g compiled the server with outbound networking on and set network active to 1 the password will be emailed automatically to the new user s email address If not you must write down the password and mail it to the new user via email Example make player Jan jan someplace no Jan Rune Holmevik make guest name Will make a new guest character with the name you specify with Guest appended Example make guest First create a guest with the name First Guest Note If you have enabeled the enCore guest self naming system see below you still need to give the guest characters default names using the procedure outlined above programmer name Will make the character a programmer Example programmer jan MAKING WIZARDS Being a wizard carries not only absolute powers in the MOO world but also a great responsibility As the owner of the MOO you must therefore make sure that the people you choose for your wizard team can be trusted 100 and that they know the amount of work that is involved Ideally you should only choose people that you know well and that you know to be mature and responsible Don t ever choose a person to become a wizard in your MOO just because of his or her technical knowledge or skills Once you have wizzed someone you have basically given that person access to every bit of information in the MOO including wizard commands that might be used to destroy it So before you make the decision to make someone a wizard you should trust and know that person completely To make a new wizard follow these steps You should never wiz an already existing character Always start with a new player character make player name email address real name a new player character with object number say 100 is created programmer 100 chparent 100 to wiz set 100 wizard to 1 set 100 public identity to the player s nonwiz character s object GENERIC EDUCATIONAL TOOLS You can find all of enCore s educational objects in the Box of Educational Tools which you will find in the enCore Starting Point Most of these educational objects have help texts so just type help obj name to learn more about how to use them You must hold the

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/116/ (2013-06-12)
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  • MOOniversity Lite (VCSU-MEP)
    set your personal preferences such as gender description and so on To do this simply type preferences If you are using Xpress click on the Options button Fill in the information as desired If you have questions about the fields to fill in click on the lightbulb for HELP COMMUNICATING WITH OTHER PEOPLE To talk to someone in the same room as you are you type a quotation mark followed by what you want to say like this Hello there You see this in the output frame You say Hello there Everyone else in the room sees Ann says Hello there You can use body language also known as emoting by typing a colon followed by text like this smiles You see this text in the output frame Ann smiles Everyone else in the room sees Ann smiles Often when several people are in the same room you may want to address a particular person To do that type to followed by the name of the person you want to talk to and then what you want to say to John Good to see you again John you and everyone else sees Ann to John Good to see you again To communicate with people who are not in the same place you are you can page them page John Do you have time for a question The page command can be shortened to like this john Hi may I come over You can also remote emote by typing john smiles and waves MOVING AROUND In every room exits or entrances are listed either at the bottom of your screen or if there is a map or image perhaps marked by a words or letters on the map itself or directional words like in out up down To move in a given direction simply type the name of the direction or exit For example if you see an exit named west you type west to go there If a code on the map says LIB you type LIB to go there If you are using Xpress the exits or entrances will appear as links so you simply click on the link If you get lost you can always get back to where you started by typing home A fast and convenient way to move around is to join other users To see who is in the MOO type who If you are using Xpress click on the WHO button If you see another user online named John you can join him by typing join John Or click on the link in the location column of the Xpress Who window Another way to move quickly between locations in the MOO is to use the go command if you know the name of the place If for example you want to go to a place called Classroom you type go Classroom People come to the MOO for many different reasons some come to work others to hang out or visit with friends Out

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/117/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Background topics suitable for any programming language (VCSU-MEP)
    exhibits not specific to one programming language Choose from the following options a Computer hardware b History of programming languages c The compilation process d How to classify programming languages e Problems in learning programming f Learning programming on the MOO g Advanced topics or x Return to the foyer Links A Brief Introduction to Computer Hardware A History of Programming Languages The Need for Compilation or Interpretation Programming Languages

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1407/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Database Management Systems (VCSU-MEP)
    times There are generally only two courses in a Computer Science curriculum that deal only with specific systems of programs These are the Operating System course and the Database course A MIS CIS IT curriculum might also have courses on ERP and CRM both of which have at their heart a DBMS Clearly this is an important topic There are several main modules that need to be considered Each of

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/10594/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Other Programming Languages (VCSU-MEP)
    for less commonly used languages that have presence in ProgrammingLand Choose from the following a LambdaMOO script the programming language of this MOO b LISP the main language of Artificial Intelligence or x Return to the Language foyer Links LambdaMoo

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/9589/ (2013-06-12)
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