I "hacked" it by doing echo("Hello World", "3"); :pNever did that one. Didn't realize echo is supposed to take a second argument until just now... might have to find it in the source code to see how the second argument really works, tutorial must be outdated.Question for you, Sir_Skurpsalot,
Did you do the echo part of the tutorials on this page?
I'm typing in the code as written, into the console, but am not getting the intended result.
The code is just:
echo("Hello World", 3);
The result should be:
Instead, I get:
Not sure what's going on there.
The first code I've ever typed for T3D, and already having issues. Yikes
To get Hello World3 in a similar fashion I would type
@ concates strings
It worked, but I don't think I've actually solved anything.