Hello


#1

I live in Japan.
I am Japanese.
I want to make a game in java using “FemtoIDE”.
But I don’t know how to save the data.


#2

Hi! And welcome.

What kind of data do you want to save?


#3

It is a coming feature soon. This forum post has some discussion and examples for the current working stuff.


#4

どうぞよろしく。

どのデータか?
あなたのゲームのデータか?
FemtoIDEのプロジェクトのデータか?


ごめんなさい、私は日本語が上手じゃないです。イングランド人です。


#5

Can’t help with your question, but want to welcome you :+1:


#6

Just a little correction: the feature is already in the latest release, not coming soon.


#7

Welcome!

If you meant saving some data while running your game, you might want to look for Cookies! An example, working with the last release of FemtoIDE can be found there: [Tool]FemtoIDE


#8

Nice to meet you, jonne.
Thank you.

The data you want to save is, for example, the status of the characters that appear.
For example, “HP” or “Level”.


#9

Nice to meet you, torbuntu.
Thank you for teaching.

The data can be a primitive type.

Thanks to you, I understand programming keywords.

Thank you very much.


#10

Nice to meet you, Pharap.
Thank you for answering in Japanese.

I’m sorry for my remarks.

It is a story of game data.
But other people’s answers solved my problem.

Pharap’s Japanese was easy to understand.

I look forward to working with you.


#11

I’m glad you found the information you were after. I look forward to seeing what you bring to this awesome community!

ようこそ!


#12

Nice to meet you, Zockeromi.

Thank you very much.

I look forward to working with you.


#13

問題ないです。

どうして「sorry」か?

そうですね。

ありがとうよ。


#14

FManga
Thank you for your reply.
I look forward to the release of new features.
FemtoIDE is great.


#15

carbonacat
Nice to meet you.
Should I look for cookies?
I understand.
Thank you very much.


#16

Thanks, @n.gunji and welcome to the forum!
If you find any problems in the IDE or miss any features, feel free to point them out!