Today, we started learning about Matrices. Matrices are used in AI, database queries and in many other instances in Games Design. It was useful as matrices are the “bedrock of math” and in turn will help us when coding in the future.
In order to see my notes, see Lectures/Crits/Talks book (A5), light pink tab labelled Coding Matrices, pages 1 – 6.
For the second half of the lesson, we got a brief introductory lesson to C++ and did a “Hello World” example. I was quite surprised in myself as I managed to understand and make a mini text game.
In the future, I will try to add more exciting variables such as adding in a random function so that it could either be red or black depending on what the system has randomly generated.