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#1 Assassin7257   Members   

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Posted 15 March 2012 - 08:51 PM

Say I'm creating a game that has two classes. The player class and enemy class. The player makes a choice, and the enemy has to make a choice as based on the players. For example, in Pokemon you choose your starting pokemon, if you pick a Cyndaquil or Charmander, your rival will automatically pick a Squirtable or Totodile. How would I do that ?

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 12:02 AM

I'm a bit confused on what you said, But as far as i read.
class Player
{
	 private:
	 bool charmander;
	 public:
	 Player();
	 void SetPokemon();
	 bool getChoice();
};

Player::Player()
{
	 charmander = false;
}

void Player::SetPokemon()
{
	if( //condtions met here.. )
	{
		 charmander = true;
    }
}

bool Player::getChoice()
{
	 return charmander;
}

class Enemy
{
	 public:
	 void SetPokemon( bool choice );
};

int main()
{
	 Player thisPlayer;
	 Enemy thisEnemy;
	 thisEnemy.SetPokemon(thisPlayer.getChoice());
	 //Do all the stuff;
}

Or you can simply use Inheritance to just directly acces the boolean choice and update everything in the enemy class. Its all upto you.




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