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Storing game settings

 
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Hey Guys


I'm creating a memory game and i'm trying to figure out the best way to store system settings so that the settings are saved after the program has been exited?


Has anyone got any ideas on this? Obviously there are some options that come to mind, e.g storing to file, storing in database,


Thanks for help
 
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Ramzi Hajaj wrote:Hey Guys


I'm creating a memory game and i'm trying to figure out the best way to store system settings so that the settings are saved after the program has been exited?


Has anyone got any ideas on this? Obviously there are some options that come to mind, e.g storing to file, storing in database,


Thanks for help



I think it is only depends on you or your game's need.
Settings have some password like sensitive information.
What is the average size of settings you want to save.
Do you want to override previous settings or want to append new settings to the previous one.
etc.
there can be more factors so, it totally depends on you.I think.
 
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