“Hello World!” on Unity

Since we were about to use Unity to create a game, I decided it’d be the best platform to try to code “Hello World!” into another coding language (since we were taught to do it on Flash at college). I downloaded Unity and had never seen it before, so it took a while to find the right way to code this in, but now I have I see that it was actually quite simple.

To do a debug script on Unity you had to add  Debug.Log(“Hello World!”); into the existing code in the new C# script I made.


Once I’d done that I dragged the script over the ‘main camera’ asset and clicked play, so the message popped up in the corner.


It took a long time to get right, but once I found this method it was really simple and had no compile errors like other times I’d tried.


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