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using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;

public class sswimmingController : MonoBehaviour
{
    public float swimSpeed = 5f; // Adjust the swimming speed as needed
    public Transform (leftHandController); // Reference to the left hand controller
    public Transform (rightHandController); // Reference to the right hand controller

    private Rigidbody (playerRigidbody); // Reference to the player's rigidbody

    void Start()
    {
        playerRigidbody = GetComponentRigidbody(); // Get the player's rigidbody
    }

    void Update()
    {
        // Check if both hand controllers exist
        if ( leftHandController = null &&  rightHandController  = null)
        {
            // Calculate the swim direction based on the hand movements
            Vector3 swimDirection = ( leftHandControllerposition - rightHandController.position).normalized;

            // Apply the swimming movement to the player's rigidbody
            playerRigidbodyAddForce(swimDirection * swimSpeed * TimedeltaTime, ForceModeVelocityChange);
        }
    }
}


What I have tried:

i dont know how to fix this i dont really know how to code c# unity vr games it shows this error message Assets\sswimmingController.cs(8,40): error CS1001: Identifier expected
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Updated 5-Dec-23 10:08am
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Dave Kreskowiak 5-Dec-23 1:04am    
You're going to have to explain what you mean by "fix". What's wrong? Any error messages? What do you want it to do?
Dylin Messick 5-Dec-23 1:06am    
its poping up saying Assets\sswimmingController.cs(8,40): error CS1001: Identifier expected
Dylin Messick 5-Dec-23 1:42am    
also its supposed to be if you move your arms like your swimming you move forward like water

variable names cannot have parenthesis in them, so get rid of the parenthesis:
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public Transform leftHandController; // Reference to the left hand controller
    public Transform rightHandController; // Reference to the right hand controller

    private Rigidbody playerRigidbody; // Reference to the player's rigidbody

Next, your code still won't compile because you're using a variable that doesn't exist:
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Vector3 swimDirection = ( leftHandControllerposition - rightHandController.position).normalized;

should be:
C#
Vector3 swimDirection = ( leftHandController.position - rightHandController.position).normalized;

As for the "failed to find entry points", I don't have Unity installed, so I can't test and comment on that.

It is ALWAYS a good idea to copy and paste the exact error message from the Output window into your questions and responses.
 
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Dylin Messick 5-Dec-23 16:06pm    
just put that web link in your browser
Dave Kreskowiak 5-Dec-23 22:44pm    
That's not a web link. That's a link to a file on your local machine. That would be completely inaccessible to anyone but you.
Dylin Messick 5-Dec-23 16:11pm    
Assets\sswimmingController.cs(16,27): error CS0103: The name 'GetComponentRigidbody' does not exist in the current context

Assets\sswimmingController.cs(22,34): error CS0019: Operator '&&' cannot be applied to operands of type '<null>' and 'Transform'

Assets\sswimmingController.cs(28,13): error CS0103: The name 'playerRigidbodyAddForce' does not exist in the current context

Assets\sswimmingController.cs(28,65): error CS0103: The name 'TimedeltaTime' does not exist in the current context

Assets\sswimmingController.cs(28,80): error CS0103: The name 'ForceModeVelocityChange' does not exist in the current context
Dylin Messick 5-Dec-23 16:19pm    
i added a public transform playerRigidbody; and now it only haas one error
Assets\sswimmingController.cs(12,23): error CS0102: The type 'sswimmingController' already contains a definition for 'playerRigidbody' using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;

public class sswimmingController : MonoBehaviour

{
public float swimSpeed = 5f; // Adjust the swimming speed as needed
public Transform leftHandController; // Reference to the left hand controller
public Transform rightHandController; // Reference to the right hand controller
public Transform playerRigidbody;
private Rigidbody playerRigidbody; // Reference to the player's rigidbody

void Start()
{
playerRigidbody = GetComponentRigidbody(); // Get the player's rigidbody
}

void Update()
{
// Check if both hand controllers exist
if (leftHandController = null && rightHandController = null)
{
// Calculate the swim direction based on the hand movements
Vector3 swimDirection = (leftHandController.position - rightHandController.position).normalized;

// Apply the swimming movement to the player's rigidbody
playerRigidbodyAddForce(swimDirection * swimSpeed * TimedeltaTime, ForceModeVelocityChange);
}
}
}
Dave Kreskowiak 5-Dec-23 22:48pm    
Really? You are trying to define TWO variables, both named "playerRigidBody", but using two different types. Variables can only be defined once in a scope and can only be one type once defined.
To resolve your issue, please, read this: Compiler Error CS1001 - C# | Microsoft Learn[^]
 
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public Transform (leftHandController); // Reference to the left hand controller
public Transform (rightHandController); // Reference to the right hand controller

Remove those parentheses from around the variable names.
 
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Dylin Messick 5-Dec-23 7:53am    
if i do this it says failed to find entry points
Richard MacCutchan 5-Dec-23 8:14am    
Please use the Improve question link above, and add complete details of the code that causes the error(s), and the actual message(s).
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;

public class SwimmingController : MonoBehaviour
{
public float swimSpeed = 5f; // Adjust the swimming speed as needed
public Transform leftHandController; // Reference to the left hand controller
public Transform rightHandController; // Reference to the right hand controller
private Rigidbody playerRigidbody; // Reference to the player's rigidbody

void Start()
{
// Get the player's rigidbody component
playerRigidbody = GetComponent<rigidbody>();

// Check if both hand controllers exist
if (leftHandController != null && rightHandController != null)
{
// Calculate the swim direction based on the hand movements
Vector3 swimDirection = (leftHandController.position - rightHandController.position).normalized;

// Apply the swimming movement to the player's rigidbody
playerRigidbody.AddForce(swimDirection * swimSpeed * Time.deltaTime, ForceMode.VelocityChange);
}
}

void Update()
{
// You can add any additional logic or updates here
}
}
 
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