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OK, I've got my 3D game runnign great, but you have to configure it each time you play, yech! I would like to store key configurations and such in ".ini" file format, but I don't know how to read that format. Here's a basic example of what I'd like to do:
//My Config File
FORWARD = VK_UP
BACKWARD = VK_DOWN
TURN_LEFT = VK_LEFT
TURN_RIGHT = VK_RIGHT
JUMP = 'A'
The reason I'd need to do this is because of the way I detect keyboard input. It is basically like this:
bool keys = FALSE;
//In The Callback...
keys[wParam] = TRUE;
keys[wParam] = FALSE;
//In The Main Loop...
Now, how would I properly read and write the ".ini" file format so that if a user adds or moves a line it will still read in properly? Like if I moved FORWARD = blah to the last line, I'd need it to read it in properly anyway. I was also thinking of using defines to read in the keys, something like this:
//My Config Reading Routine (Not Written)
Would that be a decent way to save memory since it wouldn't be creating a whole new slew of variables?
I posted here since the ".ini" format is a part of the Windoze OS, and I thought I could get the best help here. If this belongs elsewhere let me know. As always, thanks for the help.
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