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Offline Porlus

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« Posted 2012-01-31 23:27:49 »

Hi everyone, I'm new to the website and I just have a quick question. I've made a sprite sheet for the text for a 2D game I'm currently trying to give legs. Here's the image: http://i.imgur.com/eLIhJ.png
It's very basic. Each character on the sheet is 20x20 pixels and what I need is a sort of mechanism to map out the x and y coordinate for the top left hand corner of each character. The way I've structured the rest of the classes involved, I have a text string that I loop through each character of, which determines the square of the image that is rendered. I've considered just making a separate class with 3 fields, namely: character, xPos and yPos. Then for each character in the string that I'm trying to render I loop through the characters and check whether there's a match, then return the xPos and yPos, however I would imagine this to be quite an inefficient solution. Does anyone know a good method for mapping data?

Thanks in advance,

Paul
Offline sproingie

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2012-01-31 23:40:06 »

Use a Map<Char,Position> where Position is a class containing xPos and yPos.  You can do it with a HashMap, or you can write your own .get(Char) method that figures out the location on the fly.  Then for each character in the string, look it up in the map.


Offline Porlus

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2012-02-01 00:07:19 »

Ah, that's sounds like what I need. Cheers, I'll do some reading up.
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