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Author: UprightPath (posted 2014-03-24 16:53:17, viewed 91 times)

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public class Airship {
   public Cell anchorCell;
   public ArrayList<Cell> shipCells = new ArrayList<Cell>();
   
   public Airship(Cell anchorCell) {
      this.anchorCell = anchorCell;
   }
   
   public boolean addCell(Cell addCell) {
      boolean found = false;
      for(Cell cell : shipCell) {
         if(cell.adjacent(addCell)) {
            found = true;
            shipCell.add(addCell);
            break;
         }
      }
      return found;
   }
   
   public ArrayList<Cell> findDisconnectedCells() {
      ArrayList<Cell> testList = new ArrayList<Cell>(), closedList = new ArrayList<Cell>();
      Cell testCell;
      testList.add(anchorCell);
      while(connect.size > 0) {
         testCell = connect.getFirst();
         // Do a set based add or something. Don't want duplicates.
         closedList.add(testCell);
         // Some method for pulling up each adjacent cell. If they're just point
         // locations then you'd use a 2D vector object or something to keep track.
         // You can unwrap this by doing a series of position based checks instead
         // I just like this method because it lets Cells keep track and you can
         // put the logic for selecting adjacent cells there so that you can easily
         // change from cardinal direction adjacency (North, East, South, West) to
         // combinational (N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW) or some other form.
         
         // For the unwrapped form you'd do something list:
         // getCell(testCell.x - 1, testCell.y);
         // getCell(testCell.x + 1, testCell.y);
         // getCell(testCell.x, testCell.y - 1);
         // getCell(testCell.x, testCell.y + 1);
         for(Cell cell : testCell.getAdjcent()) {
            if(shipCells.includes(cell)) {
               testList.add(cell);
            }
         }
      }
      return shipCells.remove(closedList);
   }
}





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