kandi X-RAY | Sokoban Summary
kandi X-RAY | Sokoban Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Prints a solution to standard out
- Checks if is blocking
- Returns true if this node has deadlock
- Compute the score of the current board
- Shortcut for testing
- Given a board returns a string which can be solved for a road
- Calculates the board weight
- Recursively walk through a board
- Calculates depth of the nearest neighbor board
- This method finds the positions of an incident board
- Determine if the dead lock is not dead
- Finds possible Pulls from a board
- Solves ids from a board
- Calculates the fida solution of a board
- Randomize a vector
- Perform a move
- Returns a string representation of this board
- Solves a board under a board
- Convert the board weight to string
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I have to create a game of Sokoban in Python and I have defined methods in my Sokoban class to find_player() , complete() , get_steps() and move() . I need to create a restart() method and an undo() method but I don't know how to do that. I can't find a way to store the original board or previous boards. I tried making defining another board in the
__init__ but it just updates with
self.__board instead of saving the initial board. I've also tried making a list in the
__init__ and tried appending each move's "board" to the list but it changes every board in the list. I've attached my code if anyone can help.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-12 at 11:24
You'll need to (deep) copy the board list-of-lists if you don't want the same value (all the way up to
test_board) to get changed.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-01 at 10:28
As we discussed in the comments, there are two sources of errors:
- Methods operating on
Tto be a
Component, luckily both
Immovablealready were, so to fix it we can simply constraint the
Ton this trait. Declaration of the function would look like so
fn collect (...)
- Because of copy-pasting, the
.join()method was called on object
(&entities, &storable, &positions), where
positionsare references already as specified in the function declaration, thus
.join()was called (simply speaking) on type
(&&A, &&B, &&C), while it's defined for
(&A, &B, &C). To fix it we need to call
(entities, storable, positions).join()inside the
The final version of the code would look like this:
I'm making project which uses sfml, imgui-sfml and nlohmann json. For my dependences im using vcpkg. My host machine is Arch and I wanna cross build to Windows x64. Im getting strange linking error, am I missing something easy here? Here is my toolchain file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-12 at 00:30
I managed to get this to work by symlinking libopengl32.a with libOpenGL32.a. Maybe its dirty but atleast it works. I don't know if that is typo in imgui/sfml packages or what.
I need an internal .wav (in the source folder) to load into a Media Player without errors.
I got it working yesterday and committed the code with which it worked. Today, rolling back to that commit shows the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-03 at 15:32
Per ArchWiki, that exception might be thrown as a result of some incompatibilities.
Working solution is to install
ffmpeg-compat-55 AUR package.
I'm creating the game Sokoban in java.
The map / playing field is a 10x10 array. One field in the array can contain one of the 5 different objects
- Target Field
- Empty Field ( this is just a blank field where a player can walk over)
now i want to store that map in the MySql database i'm not so sure how to approach this. I don't know what the table would look like. Later on i should be able to pull the map so a player can instantly play or modify the field.
I thought about using a string of 100 chars and each object has a specific char so i know the meaning and place of it....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-23 at 14:33
Yeah so one approach would be to have a table that has a unique-key based on the column/row. Then you can store the key(s) relative to that column/row that link to the target field, the chest, the player, the wall, empty field.
Edit: To answer your question on this answer, you can create a Location class that has and x and y that represents a spot in the grid. Then override equals/hashCode to make it unique. Then you can use a Map to store the Location and the relative GameObject at that location!
I have a String text which represents a level in the game Sokoban. I have a few different characters which each has a different meaning.
- '#' = a wall
'$' = the player
'@' = the baggage to move
- '.' = the target the baggage has to drop in to
I'm using a 2d array (10x10)
this is the level for example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-25 at 16:17
spelbord as a char array (
char). It is a lot more efficient and easy to deal with. By the looks if it, you don't need it to contain strings.
Then just write:
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You can use Sokoban 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 Sokoban 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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