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Offline Call Me Jimmy!

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« Posted 2006-01-07 18:02:36 »



Hey guys, I have a space invaders type game pretty much done but i'm trying to limit the amount of player bullets on screen to 5.

Player (the ship) and Bullet are two seperate sub-classes of Actor and I want an int in the Player class to be updated in a method in the Bullet class.

It just wont seem to work.

I have within a method in Bullet a part that removes the bullet when it goes off-screen (y < 0) and it is here that i want to change an int in the Player class.

Then I want the int to be used again in the player class.

If i havent made any sense i could post the code as well.

Thanks
Offline tusaki

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In a mad world only the mad are sane.


« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-01-07 21:44:59 »

You are not making much sense, please post your code.

basically, as far as I understand it, what you want is something this:

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class SomethingA {
   private int myInt;

   public int getMyInt() {
       return myInt;
   }

   public void setMyInt(int newInt) {
       this.myInt = newInt;
   }
}
class SomethingB {
   private SomethingA myReferenceToTheOtherClass;

   public SomethingB(SomethingA other) {
      // lets change something in the other class!
    this.myReferenceToTheOtherClass = other;

     this.myReferenceToTheOtherClass.setMyInt(666); // hah! 666 is evil
  }
}
Offline Call Me Jimmy!

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2006-01-07 22:09:26 »

Hey  Smiley
Thanks a lot for the help, i managed to do what i wanted thanks to you!

in terms of your words

in the somethingB class i didnt have the somethingA other, i had just this other class and forgot completely to put in the somethingA class

again, thank you.
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Offline tusaki

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2006-01-07 23:15:14 »

Smiley

Just dont forget to post the final invaders game. I want to play it!

Regards,
- Vincent
Offline Call Me Jimmy!

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2006-01-08 03:40:26 »

i have to start studying for exams so I won't be working on it for around 2 and half weeks but i will post when its finished
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