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|useing a 2nd class for one robot (eclipse||0||00:32, 20 May 2013|
Hiya, I was thinking about getting back into robocode (again!!!) and was looking at the .net api.
Is there any performance difference between that and the Java robots? My bots tend to be CPU heavy so it's pretty critical to me before I dive back in!
On a side note how does it work technically? How does clr code get executed against the Java runtime?
I'm not actually sure about the details of how it works. I do know that it doesn't work in the rumble though, which is a deal-killer for me.
Regardless, welcome back! The more the merrier =)
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i have been trying to use a movement class to handle different maneuvers in different situations. How ever robocode dosen't seem to recognize that. It just tells me that i'm using a method that robocode dose not know about. anyone have any idea or even if they have encountered this issue them self.