Need help writing a program!!!!!
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silvervulcan

Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2003 4:46 pm Post subject: Need help writing a program!!!!! 


Hey, can anyone help me out with this question:
Assume 2 circles located in an xy coordinate space. Te first circle is centered at (x1,y1) and has diameter D1. THe second circle is centered at (x2,y2) and has diameter D2. There are 4 possible arrangements. Either
1. the circles do not touch each other at all OR
2.the circles touch but do not overlap OR
3. one of the circles completly overlaps the other OR
4. the circles partially overlap but neither completly overlaps the other
Write a program that read in the dic info (x1,y1,D1,x2,y2,D2) and outputs a message indicating which of the four cases applies. The program should also loop.
If entered diameters are zero,zero... program should end
but if the diameter is less than or equal to zero, an error message should come up.
Someone plzzzzz help me, I dont know where to start 





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AsianSensation

Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2003 5:17 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


check distance between centers.
btw, work with radius instead of diameter
if distance is > r1 + r2, then they don't touch
if distance is = r1 + r2, then they are tangent
if distance is < r1 + r2, then they overlap partially
if distance is < the larger of the radius, or distance = 0, then they overlap completely.
what grade do you go to? have you learned circles and their graph yet? 





silvervulcan

Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2003 10:08 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


how do I find the distance between there centres? 





Catalyst

Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2003 10:38 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


distance=sqrt ( (x2x1)*(x2x1)+(y2y1)*(y2y1)) 





silvervulcan

Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2003 10:54 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


okay say i have a line with conditions on it, but if none of those conditions are satisfied, I want it to go to the next set of conditons, test those, and if any of those are true then output a message
// Check for accepted values
if ((x1,y1 != x2,y2) && (d1 == d2) ) {
cout << " The circles do not touch at all \n"
if ((x1=x2) && (y1,y2 >0) && (y1,y2 != x1,x2) && (d1=d2))
cout << " The circles touch, but do not overlap \n";
if (( x1=x2) && (y1=y2) && (d1,d2 > 0))
cout << " One of the circles completly overlap the other \n";
if (((x1,y1 != x2,y2) && (d1,d2 > 0))  (( x1,y1 < 0) && (x2, y2 > 0) && (d1,d2 >0 )))
cout << " There is a partial overlap between the circles \n";
} 





naoki

Posted: Mon Sep 29, 2003 4:52 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


haha, this is the best place to ask that question, since nearly everyone posting in this portion of the forum spent half of last year debating collision detection.
circle > square detection 





Catalyst

Posted: Mon Sep 29, 2003 5:02 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


if ur in c++ and 2d perpixel is the best option 





gigaman

Posted: Thu Dec 11, 2003 6:23 pm Post subject: (No subject) 


I'm learnin MBs and an error message is if easy
if _______=true
MessageBox(NULL,"Fill in message here","Error",MB_OK") 





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