First, I want to answer some of your questions from your previous thread. You asked how to use data blocks. Here's an example code:
RESTORE @MYDATA READ DATASTRING1$ PRINT DATASTRING1$ READ DATASTRING2$ PRINT DATASTRING2$ READ DATASTRING3$ PRINT DATASTRING3$ @MYDATA DATA "Hello World!" DATA "I love data!" DATA "String #3"
If you still struggle with this, this website has a search bar in the top-right corner of your screen. You can use it to search for forum posts that talk about what you need. For example, when searching for "DATA", you may find a lot of threads that talk about it! Also, inside of SmileBASIC, you can touch the "?" button on your keyboard to open up the manual. This thing is very very useful, touch it while your cursor is on a command you don't understand and it will tell you what it does!! Try writing these commands in your program and open the manual to learn about them: SPSET SPCHR SPOFS These commands will allow you to draw a sprite and apply changes to it. Once you've learned how to use them, check out the other commands that begin with "SP", you might find some very useful commands :) I think people kinda gave up on trying to help you because you seem to be asking for things that you are not quite ready to understand. Everyone here will tell you this: you should try learning the basic stuff before getting to the more advanced stuff :) Learning about data blocks and drawing normal sprites is a great way to start. Just learn one small thing at a time, and I'm sure you'll be able to figure it out :D