This tutorial shows how to build an Rct3 Station building simulator, using the official Station Building simulator from RCT2.
In this tutorial, we will build the simulation and explore how it can be used to simulate the RCT1 building simulator.
You will learn how to create the simulation from scratch using the station building simulator editor (which you can download from the Station Building Simulators page on the Rct2 wiki), as well as how to save the simulation to a disk file, then import it into RCT.
In the next tutorial, you will learn more about the station simulator editor and how to export your simulation to RCT, and how you can save the simulated model as a .RCT file.
After completing this tutorial series, you should have a basic understanding of RCT and a working station simulator in RCT 3.
This will allow you to develop applications that can be deployed and used by anyone, anywhere, with a minimum of effort.
We recommend that you download the Station building simulators and Station building simulation editor from the RCC page on RCT 2 wiki, and that you start by downloading the Station simulators from the main RCT site (which also includes a station simulator) before proceeding with this tutorial.
Note that this tutorial assumes that you have installed the station simulators via the Station Builder Toolkit (see the Stationbuilder page on The Next Google) on your computer, as well the station builder toolkit (which is available from the stationbuilder.com website).
The Stationbuilder Toolkit is included in the R3 SDK.
Installation of the StationBuilder Toolkit will allow RCT to load the StationSimulator, which will allow the Station builder to create, import, and save simulated objects.
The StationBuilder toolkit can be downloaded from the site at http://www.stationbuilder.org.
Once installed, the Station toolkit allows you to create a station, and import objects that are imported into the simulation.
You can import objects from any type of simulation, such as the stationbuilding simulator or the RTS3 simulation, but the most common type of object imported into a station builder is the RTCP object.
In our station simulator, we import RTCPs as shown in Figure 1, and we import the RTCTP object in Figure 2.
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To create a sim that can import sims from a station sim, use the following code: importSimulationRCPC simsImportSimulator sims.TTCP simsIn the stationbuild simulators example, we used the importSimulateSimulator function to import the sims sims, which are available from StationBuilders sims sub-simulators.
The importSimulatingSimulator method returns a sim, which you can use to build and import sim objects from the sim simulator.
To import sim object, you must use the import SimulatorSimulators.TCPP object, which is available in the stationbuilders sims directory.
To use the imported sim object in the simulator, right-click on the sim object and choose Import Sim to the Sim Toolkit.
Importing a sim in the sim builder is similar to importing objects into a simulator: drag the sim to the sim tool window.
The imported sim will be imported into RTC3 and stored in the simulation’s build directory.
You do not have to save a sim object to a file or save it in a folder.
To export a sim file, select Export Sim from the simulator tool window, and then select the Sim Builder tool to open the file.
Export a Sim in the Station Simulator import Sim from