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The final goal of this project is to have the user pick a location and view its map. I've been researching and looking at some example code in the past but I'm stuck as to how I should go about this. The one I was looking at was from codeproject. The way I've read it the procedure is to create a map object, and in the object add every vertex on the map. Then create a quad and assign a texture and color. Creating the map in visual basic however is something I've never had to do before and I have no idea where to start. I have the code for the powerups I've already got to work, I'm just not sure how to apply it to the map. Am I correct in my understanding of how to assign textures to the map and how do I go about it? Any help would be greatly appreciated. A: The main issue with getting the map to display is that a Map is a 2D object. The way to go about making a 2D object is to have a X and a Y array, each one having 256 elements (an array can only hold so many things) and then if you want a color for each element you'll need another 256 element array for the colors. George Buck George William Buck (May 26, 1899 – May 21, 1985) was an American radio broadcaster, bandleader, and actor. He was born in New York City. Buck was an important part of CBS Radio's morning broadcast from 1926 through the 1940s. He started on the network's Columbia Red Network, where he was also responsible for the popular 1929–1930 series, The Midnight Follies. In 1932, Buck hosted The George Buck Show, which was first heard Monday through Thursday nights from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In 1936, Buck created and hosted his own live-music program, Music Box Theater. Buck was a veteran of vaudeville, both with his band and his solo acts. He appeared in the Warner Brothers' 1940 film, The Boys from Syracuse. He also recorded with a group called The Metropolitan Rhythm Boys in the early 1940s. Buck was a regular on the CBS radio network's The Happiness Boys program from 1945 through 1948, where he hosted the studio audience's votes during commercial breaks. Buck's radio program was known for its live, breakneck pacing and its

 

 


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