Beginner HW 8: My solution

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perpetual
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Beginner HW 8: My solution

Post by perpetual » April 5th, 2020, 9:25 pm

Add the velocities the p00 positions.

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    poo0_x += poo0_v_x;
    poo0_y += poo0_v_y;
    poo1_x += poo1_v_x;
    poo1_y += poo1_v_y;
    poo2_x += poo2_v_x;
    poo2_y += poo2_v_y;
Store poo positions for comparison

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    int poo0_temp_x = poo0_x;
    int poo0_temp_y = poo0_y;
    int poo1_temp_x = poo1_x;
    int poo1_temp_y = poo1_y;
    int poo2_temp_x = poo2_x;
    int poo2_temp_y = poo2_y;
Clamp the p00s to the max coordinates of the screen.

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    poo0_x = Clamp(poo0_x, 25, gfx.ScreenWidth);
    poo0_y = Clamp(poo0_y, 25, gfx.ScreenHeight);
    poo1_x = Clamp(poo1_x, 25, gfx.ScreenWidth);
    poo1_y = Clamp(poo1_y, 25, gfx.ScreenHeight);
    poo2_x = Clamp(poo2_x, 25, gfx.ScreenWidth);
    poo2_y = Clamp(poo2_y, 25, gfx.ScreenHeight);
Check the calculated value the clamped. if there is a difference we hit the side of the screen. if so return and set the negated Velocity, otherwise return the velocity unchanged.

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    poo0_v_x = negateBound(poo0_temp_x, poo0_x,poo0_v_x);
    poo0_v_y = negateBound(poo0_temp_y, poo0_y,poo0_v_y);
    poo1_v_x = negateBound(poo1_temp_x, poo1_x,poo1_v_x);
    poo1_v_y = negateBound(poo1_temp_y, poo1_y,poo1_v_y);
    poo2_v_x = negateBound(poo2_temp_x, poo2_x,poo2_v_x);
    poo2_v_y = negateBound(poo2_temp_y, poo2_y,poo2_v_y);
    

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int Game::negateBound(int prev, int current, int vel)
{
    if (prev != current)
        return -vel;
    return vel;
}

albinopapa
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Re: Beginner HW 8: My solution

Post by albinopapa » April 6th, 2020, 2:19 am

Interesting approach.

You can even shorten the negateBound function

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int Game::negateBound(int prev, int current, int vel)
{
    return ( prev == current ) ? vel : -vel;
}
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