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Post is unread #1 Mar 5, 2005, 4:04 pm   Last edited May 11, 2005, 6:52 pm by Samson
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Bug: Classes with no name will mess up the display during character creation.
Danger: Low
Found by: Baelzebub
Fixed by: Baelzebub

comm.c, nanny

In CON_GET_NEW_SEX, locate the following:

    for ( iClass = 0; iClass < MAX_PC_CLASS; iClass++ )
	{
     if ( class_table[iClass]->who_name &&
       class_table[iClass]->who_name[0] != '\0' )
     {
       if ( iClass > 0 )
       {
    if ( strlen(buf)+strlen(class_table[iClass]->who_name) > 77 )
    {
       strcat( buf, "\n\r" );
       write_to_buffer( d, buf, 0 );
       buf[0] = '\0';
    }
    else
       strcat( buf, " " );
       }
     }
     strcat( buf, class_table[iClass]->who_name );
	}


Replace with:

    for ( iClass = 0; iClass < MAX_PC_CLASS; iClass++ )
	{
     if ( class_table[iClass]->who_name &&
       class_table[iClass]->who_name[0] != '\0' )
     {
       if ( iClass > 0 )
       {
    if ( strlen(buf)+strlen(class_table[iClass]->who_name) > 77 )
    {
       strcat( buf, "\n\r" );
       write_to_buffer( d, buf, 0 );
       buf[0] = '\0';
    }
    else
       strcat( buf, " " );
       }
       strcat( buf, class_table[iClass]->who_name );
     }
	}


Basically just moving the final strcat statement up above the bracket instead of between the last 2 brackets. Without this fix, classes with no name will be added into the list shown to players and will cause unpredictable results, usually in the form of simply displaying something it shouldn't.
       
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