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high_score Struct Reference

Semi-Portable High Score List Entry (128 bytes) More...

#include <score.h>

Data Fields

char what [8]
 
char pts [10]
 
char gold [10]
 
char turns [10]
 
char day [10]
 
char who [16]
 
char uid [8]
 
char p_r [3]
 
char p_c [3]
 
char cur_lev [4]
 
char cur_dun [4]
 
char max_lev [4]
 
char max_dun [4]
 
char how [32]
 

Detailed Description

Semi-Portable High Score List Entry (128 bytes)

All fields listed below are null terminated ascii strings.

In addition, the "number" fields are right justified, and space padded, to the full available length (minus the "null").

Note that "string comparisons" are thus valid on "pts".

Field Documentation

◆ cur_dun

char cur_dun[4]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ cur_lev

char cur_lev[4]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ day

char day[10]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ gold

char gold[10]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ how

char how[32]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ max_dun

char max_dun[4]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ max_lev

char max_lev[4]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ p_c

char p_c[3]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ p_r

char p_r[3]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ pts

char pts[10]

◆ turns

char turns[10]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ uid

char uid[8]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().

◆ what

char what[8]

Referenced by build_score().

◆ who

char who[16]

Referenced by build_score(), and display_scores_aux().


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