While developing an AGI-game, I unexpectedly found a rather mysterious error. It appears as if, whenever I enter a particular simple two-word command, there is an "I don't know that word"-error, even though I have properly entered the specific word into the words.tok-file.|
This has never occurred before and for the game, it is imperative that the error be sorted out.
|AGI1122||You need to save the words.tok changes, then recompile logic 0, and 99 since those 2 files check the words.tok file for unknown words.|
Thanks, Chris, but I am sorry to report that it didn't seem to have any effect at all.|
I am terribly confused. There seems to be no problem with the verb of the command nor the command as a unit.
Interestingly, it is the particular word for the accusative object that is refused; replacing it produces the desired result, which is more or less fucked up.
Make sure that when you are testing input that you do it like this:|
note that there is a comma between words.
Some days have passed since my last post.|
Perhaps I should have mentioned at an earlier moment that I have already taken care of this error. It's not a problem anymore.
However, I don't recall what the mistake in the code was.
I'd guess it'd be interesting for educational purposes to know, but I really don't give a fuck.
Allen's suggestion wasn't completely on target, since it did produce an error, but not the one I fought my way through.
So problem's fixed, thanks for the help anyway.