kandi X-RAY | TicTacToeGame Summary
kandi X-RAY | TicTacToeGame Summary
Basic Tic-Tac-Toe Android Game [Hacktoberfest-2019]
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Called when a button is pressed
- Checks to see if the buttons are in the screen
- Update player 1
- Update player 2
- Invoked when the Activity is created
- Returns the singleton instance of ThemeInitializer
- Returns true if night mode is enabled
- Called when a symbol is chosen
- Creates an activity with a specific 1 symbol
- Cancel the sound
- Override method which is called when the menu item is selected
- Sets whether or not the night mode is enabled
- On createOptions menu menu
- Set up the instance
- Set the activity s state
- Creates new splash activity
- Start menu item
- Get the player name
- Reset game
- Initializes the splash screen
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TicTacToeGame Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on TicTacToeGame
i searched pygame documentation but i could not find anything related with that. I just read on stackoverflow, some guy type r before the link and it works!? Why this happens ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-10 at 17:42
An r-string is a raw string. It means all backslashes are backslash characters.
I am getting the following error...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-30 at 21:39
As the commenters have pointed out, the lines of code causing the error are within the
main function, which, as a standalone function, cannot access private variables of the class. Only methods of the class can access private variables.
I am new to Android. I am creating Tic Tac Toe game and I am getting error while clicking on button to play again. I am enclosing my code.
I want to learn why it is isn't working so I can better help myself next time. The game logic is working fine. When a player won, a layout pop up and congrts player and a button for "play Again" and when I click which call onClickfunction "PlayAgain" on that button it crashes.
This is My MainActivity.java Code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-27 at 04:22
I need to create a method to check wether the tictactoe game is PLAYING, DRAW, XWIN or OWIN. However, I am having difficulty writing the code to check if X or O has won, given that the size of the gameboard and the size needed to win (sizeWin) are changing according to the user's input. AND I am forced to use a 1D array for the game board. I simply do not know where to go from here. My latest idea was to use nested for loops to check for a win by row, column or diagonal but I'm not sure how to implement it. If anyone has any tips on how to approach this problem or has any other solutions I would be very grateful...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-04 at 13:15
It is a little more complicated than it looks but after you get it it's simple. I've made a function that works just fine:
I wrote a code for tictactoe game, however it it showing me this error at run time:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-15 at 21:15
You are trying to get extras from a field in the Activity, i.e. you are trying to get the extras before the Activity is created. If you get the extras from the onCreate method, it won't be a null value.
total noob with lots of issues with Android Studio.
- Default Activity error
- Invalid java package name
Getting a Default Activity error on any app or new project I run - below is an example of the AndroidManifest.xml
"Error running 'app': Default Activity not found"
I have checked more than 100 times I am using the right package names and that my activity is declared in the android manifest...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-17 at 15:16
Remove the semi-colon after
change in your AndroidManifest. Package names can't contain semi-colons.
I made a tic tac toe app and I'm suppose to be able to allow the app to rotate without it restarting the app. I learned how to do screen rotation in class, and I have written an OnSaveInstanceState method, however my app keeps crashing. It runs without this method, so I know something is wrong with it however not sure....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-01 at 22:28
I have designed a Tic Tac Toe application on android studio for my app dev class this semester. I first had an issue with my code crashing due to the OnClickListener which I resolved by fixing the buttonMatrix with correct values. My code now opens and runs but I'm having an issue getting my game to advance to the next turn in the game. Basically my app runs and I press the buttons where I want to place either an 'X' or 'O' value depending on if it's player 1 or player 2's turn. My current code only places X's and doesn't advance to player 2's turn and it also doesn't apply my win conditions when I get 3 X's in a row. My current code is as follows:
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-11 at 01:12
First, in your
onClick function you're checking if p1turn is true but never changing p1turn to false, hence it's always their turn. Second, the only spot you're calling
winConditions() in inside
winConditions() so the function is never used.
I'm trying to do class inheritance in C++, but it obviously works very differently than in Python.
Right now, I have two classes, one called
Player that is the base class, and another one called
HumanPlayer that's the subclass.
Player class is an abstract class that has two ways of working.
The first is that it acts like a singleton. It has one static function called
make_move that people can call with an
int and a
TicTacToeGame&, and it will make a move for the player with that
int as the player's number in that game of
The second is that it works as a class for creating objects that have a player number as a property. So, if you construct an object with the class, you should get back an object with a
player_number property. Then, if you call the
make_move function with just a
TicTacToeGame& on the object, it will automatically plug in its player number and use the static class method to make the move in the game.
I want the same functionality for
HumanPlayer, except I just want to have to write a new static function for
HumanPlayer, and that's it, since the other functionality remains the same.
Here's the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-23 at 23:57
The redefinition of the static function with the same name is hiding the one you want to use.
Either rename it differently or add
I'm brand new to C++ (my usual language is Python).
I found out from here how to print an array. I found out from here how to get a class object to
cout as one of its properties. And I found out from here that the
cout only works if it can access the class's property as a
But, when I combine the answers, it doesn't seem to work. Here's what I've got:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-23 at 02:03
Fix the for loop.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use TicTacToeGame like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the TicTacToeGame component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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