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rand position set problem *solved*

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ok i have a position set function and im using rand for the x and y axis but there is no way to keep 2 images from loading on top of each other heres what i have so far for (int l = 0; l <30; l++) { blocks[l]->SetPosition(rand()%500, rand()%450); }; i dont really want to have to check its position with one block to every other block but the alternative is specifeing every were every block gose. Should i just use a tile setup to draw were i feed the array of 1s and 0s into a switch statement so that setting the positions would be quicker? thx [Edited by - raptorstrike on September 18, 2004 4:41:49 PM]

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You're best option is to do a bounding-box collision check when you set a random position to make sure there is nothing already where you want to put the image. If there is something there, get a new random position, then redo the collision check, etc.

Doing it this way will give you more flexibility than a grid-based system, and grids are a nightmare to set up if you've never done it before.


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