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 hey guys, wondering if you can help me make domino game
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werdMeistah




PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2004 9:08 pm   Post subject: hey guys, wondering if you can help me make domino game

im having real trouble, the classes that im doing are tangling and everyt hings a mess ... no GUI needed though

aight ima check back

thx again ppl
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poly




PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2004 9:33 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

well hmm here are some ideas (not sure if they would or not)
- draw images representing the dominos
- using arrays make a grid pattern on the screen lets say, make the gameplay 20x20 and make each grid a rectangle shape (dimensions could be like 20x10)
- Hmm you could use keyboard buttons to rotate the domino peice
- than you'd have to write up like a procedure that would check the dominos on the grid and make sure the current domino that you are placing will fit into the grid. That would be tricky, but I can think of a way that it might work (but really hard to explain).

theres some ideas, im guessing others have more and better ideas
Cervantes




PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2004 9:38 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

well you mean the game dominos (which I don't know how to play) or the funness of making a maze of dominoes and then knocking them over Razz
werdMeistah




PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2004 9:44 pm   Post subject: well...

well heres what i mean check it out


http://j_carrillo_vii.tripod.com/dominoes.htm#BasicGame
GrandAvalon




PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2004 10:26 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Can you post what you have so far?
werdMeistah




PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2004 6:33 pm   Post subject: here

class Domino

export setValue, value, putDomino, startInt

var x : int := 0
var y : int := 0
var xB : int := 0
var yB : int := 0
var startInt : int
var orientation : int := 0



% procedure setvalue
% purpose : This procedure sets the value of the domino to an integer
% parameters : one
procedure setValue (value : int)
startInt := value
end setValue

% function Value
% purpose : This function results the value given
% parameters : none
function value : int
result startInt
end value


% procedure putdomino
% purpose : This procedure will draw the domino pattern based on the parameters
% given
% parameters : four ( x, y , faceUp, orientation)
procedure putDomino (var x, y, orientation : int)
var x2 : int
var y2 : int
x2 := x2 + 60
y2 := y2 + 30
var faceup : boolean := false
if orientation = 2 then
Draw.Box (x, y, x2, y2, black)
Draw.Box (xB + 40, yB, x, y2, black)
elsif orientation = 1 then
Draw.Box (x, y, x2, y2, blue)
Draw.Box (xB, yB + 40, x2, y2, black)
end if
end putDomino

% procedure draw dots
% purpose : this procedure draws the dots through procedure putDomino

procedure drawDots
var dotsDraw : int
var dotsDrawB : int

dotsDraw := startInt div 10
case dotsDraw of
label 0 :
Draw.Line (300, 20, 400, 10, white)
label 1 :
Draw.FillOval (x + 20, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
label 2 :
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
label 3 :
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 20, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
label 4 :
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
label 5 :
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 20, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
label 6 :
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 10, y + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (x + 30, y + 30, 2, 2, red)

end case

% procedure drawDotsB
% purpose : This procedure draws the second dice sequence of the domino

dotsDrawB := startInt mod 10
case dotsDrawB of
label 0 :
Draw.Line (300, 20, 400, 10, white)
label 1 :
Draw.FillOval (xB + 20, yB + 20, 2, 2, red)
label 2
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 20, 2, 2, red)
label 3 :
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 20, yB + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 10, 2, 3, red)
label 4 :
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 10, 2, 3, red)
label 5 :
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 20, yB + 20, 2, 3, red)
label 6 :
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 10, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 10, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 20, 2, 2, red)
Draw.FillOval (xB + 30, yB + 30, 2, 2, red)

end case
end drawDots

end Domino


class Hand

import Domino
export dominoProc, size, putHand

var hand : array 1 .. 7 of int
var size : int := 7

% function dominoproc
% purpose : This function returns the numbered value in the tile array
% parameters : none
function dominoProc : int
var randomInt : int
var checkInt : int
randint (randomInt, 0, 66)
for i : 0 .. 66
if randomInt = hand (i) then
randint (randomInt, 0, 66)
else
randomInt := checkInt
end if
end for
result randomInt
end dominoProc

% function size
% purpose : This function returns the size of the hand
% parameters : none
function sizeDom : int
var size : int
result size
end sizeDom

% procedure add domino
% purpose : This procedure adds a domino to the end of the array.
% parameters : none


procedure addDomino
end addDomino


% procedure find
% purpose : This procedure returns the given value in the hand
% parameters : x

procedure findValue (var x : int)
var IndexNum : int
for i : 1 .. 7
if hand (i) = x then
IndexNum := hand (i)
end if
end for
end findValue

% procedure drop/remove value
% purpose : This procedure removes a given value from the hand
% parameters : x
procedure dropValue (var x : int)
for i : 1 .. 7
if hand (i) = x then
hand (i) := 0
end if
end for
end dropValue


% procedure putHand
% purpose : This procedure prints the hand of the players
% parameters : four (x, y, faceup, orientation)
procedure putHand (var x, y, orientation : int)
var count : int
var countB : int
var countC : int

var countD : int
for i : 1 .. 7
for i2 : 1 .. 7
if y > 50 then
y := y + 10
end if
if count > 4 then
x := x + 5
elsif count <= 4 then
x := x + 0
end if
end for
x := x + 10
y := y + 50
count := count + 1
orientation := orientation + 1
end for

for i : 1 .. 7
for i2 : 1 .. 7
if y > 50 then
y := y + 10
end if
if countB > 4 then
x := x + 5
elsif countB <= 4 then
x := x + 0
end if
end for
x := x + 300
y := y + 50
countB := countB + 1
orientation := orientation + 1
end for

for i : 1 .. 7
for i2 : 1 .. 7
if x >= 10 then
x := x + 50
end if
if countC > 4 then
y := y - 5
elsif countC <= 4 then
y := y + 0
end if
end for
x := x + 100
y := y + 20
countC := countC + 1
orientation := orientation + 2
end for

for i : 1 .. 7
for i2 : 1 .. 7
if x >= 10 then
x := x + 50
end if
if countC > 4 then
y := y - 5
elsif countC <= 4 then
y := y + 0
end if
end for
x := x + 100
y := y + 300
countC := countC + 1
orientation := orientation + 2
end for
end putHand

% procedure sort array
% purpose : To sort the domino tile array from least to greatest

procedure sortArray
var tempInt : int
for i : 1 .. 6
if hand (i) > hand (i + 1) then
hand (i + 1) := tempInt
hand (i) := hand (i + 1)
tempInt := hand (i)
elsif hand (i) < hand (i + 1) then
hand (i) := hand (i)
hand (i + 1) := hand (i + 1)
end if
end for
end sortArray


end Hand

class Table

var table : array 1 .. 28 of int
var size : int
var left : int
var right : int

% procedure left
% purpose : This procedure indicates if it is located in the
% left or the right side of the chain
% parameters : none

procedure leftB

end leftB

% procedure right
% purpose : This procedure indicates if it is located in the
% left or the right side of the chain
% parameters : none

procedure rightB

end rightB

% procedure add
% purpose : This procedure adds the domino to the left or the right side of the chain
% parameters : leftB, rightB

procedure addB (var left, right : int)
end addB

end Table
GrandAvalon




PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2004 8:15 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

So do you want us to edit your code and fix the errors or tell you want is wrong? Or just finish the program which you have started?

At this stage you are FAR from completing the game.
werdMeistah




PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2004 7:27 pm   Post subject: please

it would be greately appreciated if you can finish what i have started,

thank you again for your comments,
BBPProductions




PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:21 am   Post subject: Re: hey guys, wondering if you can help me make domino game

Did you ever finish?
I know it was a while ago.
Can i see the updated code?
Or the finished code?
apomb




PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:57 am   Post subject: RE:hey guys, wondering if you can help me make domino game

A five year old post... i think you have the record, BBPProductions.

there should be an auto-lock for this kind of thing
Dusk Eagle




PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 3:35 pm   Post subject: Re: hey guys, wondering if you can help me make domino game

BBPProductions, if you are making a dominoes game and need help, just post a separate topic rather than necro-post in a five year old thread.
BBPProductions




PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 9:29 am   Post subject: RE:hey guys, wondering if you can help me make domino game

I have to do a Dominos game in my class, but not until next year, I just wanted to see it. it would have been very Helpful...
if the post is still up im sure its fair game to reply on it
and i did write i know this post is old..
That was my first post on this Fourm
You guys are pretty Rude...
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