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I am attempting to do a very simple dice roll of 5 dice on a mouse click. So far I have this code and I am very close but cannot write drawDiceRoll(), however, I do know that I must call rollDice() and run it NUM_DICE times. I also think I have called drawDie() wrong but I'm not 100% sure.
/*** Constants ***/
final int NUM_SIDES = 6; //Sides on the dice
final int NUM_DICE = 5; //The number of dice used
/*** Variables ***/
int[] roll = new int[NUM_DICE]; //array to store dice roll
int rollDice() //roll dice
{
for (int i=1; i<=NUM_DICE; i++)
{
roll[i]=int(random(NUM_SIDES));
}
return roll;
}
void showDiceRoll() //show dice roll
{
drawDie(int(roll[NUM_DICE]), rollDice());
}
void setup()
{
size(500,500);
displayMessage("Click to roll");
}
void draw()
{
showDiceRoll();
}
void mouseClicked()
{
rollDice();
showDiceRoll();
}
void displayMessage(String message)
{
//Display the given message in the centre of the window.
textSize(24);
fill(0);
text(message,(width-textWidth(message))/2,height/2);
}
void drawDie(int position, int value)
{
/* Draw one die in the canvas.
* position - must be 0..NUM_DICE-1, indicating which die is being drawn
* value - must be 1..6, the amount showing on that die
*/
final float X_SPACING = (float)width/NUM_DICE; //X spacing of the dice
final float DIE_SIZE = X_SPACING*0.8; //width and height of one die
final float X_LEFT_DIE = X_SPACING*0.1; //left side of the leftmost die
final float Y_OFFSET = X_SPACING*0.15; //slight Y offset of the odd-numbered ones
final float Y_POSITION = height-DIE_SIZE-Y_OFFSET; //Y coordinate of most dice
final float PIP_OFFSET = DIE_SIZE/3.5; //Distance from centre to pips, and between pips
final float PIP_DIAM = DIE_SIZE/5; //Diameter of the pips (dots)
//From the constants above, and which die it is, find its top left corner
float dieX = X_LEFT_DIE+position*X_SPACING;
float dieY = Y_POSITION-Y_OFFSET*(position%2);
//1.Draw a red square with a black outline
stroke(0); //Black outline
fill(255,0,0); //Red fill
rect(dieX,dieY,DIE_SIZE,DIE_SIZE);
//2.Draw the pips (dots)
fill(255); //White dots
stroke(255); //White outline
//The centre dot (if the value is odd)
if(1 == value%2)
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2,dieY+DIE_SIZE/2,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
//The top-left and bottom-right dots (if the value is more than 1)
if(value>1)
{
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2-PIP_OFFSET,
dieY+DIE_SIZE/2+PIP_OFFSET,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2+PIP_OFFSET,
dieY+DIE_SIZE/2-PIP_OFFSET,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
}
//The bottom-left and top-right dots (if the value is more than 3)
if(value>3)
{
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2+PIP_OFFSET,
dieY+DIE_SIZE/2+PIP_OFFSET,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2-PIP_OFFSET,
dieY+DIE_SIZE/2-PIP_OFFSET,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
}
//The left and right dots (only if the value is 6)
if(value==6)
{
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2-PIP_OFFSET,
dieY+DIE_SIZE/2,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
ellipse(dieX+DIE_SIZE/2+PIP_OFFSET,
dieY+DIE_SIZE/2,PIP_DIAM,PIP_DIAM);
}
}
Answers
Your rollDice() function (now dice_roll()) rolls all the dice at once. It doesn't need to return a value at all because the rolled values are stored in the array roll[] (now rolls[]).
Awesome. Thanks
Very nice start, @albobz.
For Yahtzee, one next step is to give
dice_roll()
an argumentdice_roll(boolean[] dice)
: a list of which dice you want to re-roll.Now the user could, for example, type 1 2 3 4 5 to toggle which dice (which boolean arguments in the re-roll list) they want to re-roll and which ones they want to keep. Next, click to re-roll selected dice only. Yahtzee!