Re: [CODE]

From: Del (
Date: 06/18/00

Brian Williams wrote:
> My advice would be to buy a book to learn how to code before you try making a
> MUD.  Coding is the biggest part of the job, along with areas, and if you
> don't know how to code, then you are just wasting your time.  If you don't

Knowing how to code is one thing, finding and putting pieces togather
are another.
I don't know how to code C proffesionally, but I can manipulate Circle
code fairly
well to get results the way I need for most things. Does this mean I can
code? NO
But, I can work circle code better than the average, since I have worked
with it
long enough.

To answer the original question you failed to give hints to:
Check the command "color", it sets flags on the character.
During character creation (class.c), you can set those flags
where it sets hitpoints, and other things to 0.
(note: I am not a coder and all this is off the top of my head)

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