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For my game I''m using the current structure at the moment: CDraw - Gains full control over hardware, sets resolution, loads bitmaps to surfaces. CAnimation - Contains 1 surface which it loads using CDraw, holds information about animationspeed, framecount etc. CObject - Has indices to several animations, all game objects players, items etc. will be derived from this baseclass. CAnimation has to use CDraw, and CObject has to use CAnimation, CInput, CTime etc. At the moment I''ve solved this by giving each CAnimation class a pointer to CDraw, by giving each CObject class several pointers to CAnimation classes, 1 to CInput etc. This doesn''t seem like the ideal solution. All those pointers to the same class. Does anyone have a suggestion to solve this? Thanks, Tristan

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I would recommend you to read
"Design Patterns" (GOF gang of four),
this book covers a lot of design-problems
and how to solve them.
Just a thought...

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