Linking functions

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    Linking functions

    Is it possible to link functions? For example, I want to make a "house" such that the user can walk around in it, and go to any room infinite times. Can this be done? And if not, is there another way?

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    Well, yes, that can be done. But what does that have to do with functions? (That is, a "house" seems more like a data structure than anything else.)

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