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Listing 11 . Source code for the sprite class named Sprite01.
/*Sprite01.java Copyright 2013, R.G.BaldwinAn object of this class can be manipulated as a sprite in a Slick2D program.Tested using JDK 1.7 under WinXP *********************************************************/import org.newdawn.slick.AppGameContainer; import org.newdawn.slick.BasicGame;import org.newdawn.slick.GameContainer; import org.newdawn.slick.Graphics;import org.newdawn.slick.Image; import org.newdawn.slick.SlickException;import org.newdawn.slick.Color; public class Sprite01{Image image = null;//The sprite wears this image float X = 0f;//X-Position of the spritefloat Y = 0f;//Y-Position of the sprite float width = 0f;//Width of the spritefloat height = 0f;//Height of the sprite float xStep = 1f;//Incremental step size in pixels - Xfloat yStep = 1f;//Incremental step size in pixels - Y float scale = 1f;//Scale factor for draw methodColor colorFilter = null;//Color filter for draw methodfloat xDirection = 1.0f;//Move to right for positive float yDirection = 1.0f;//Move down for positiveint life = 1;//Used to control life or death of spriteboolean exposed = false;//Used in the contagion program//Constructorpublic Sprite01(Image image,//Sprite wears this image float X,//Initial positionfloat Y,//Initial position float xDirection,//Initial directionfloat yDirection,//Initial direction float xStep,//Initial step sizefloat yStep,//Initial step size float scale,//Scale factor for drawingColor colorFilter) throws SlickException {//Save incoming parameter values this.image = image;this.X = X; this.Y = Y;this.xDirection = xDirection; this.yDirection = yDirection;this.xStep = xStep; this.yStep = yStep;this.scale = scale; this.colorFilter = colorFilter;//Compute and save width and height of imagewidth = image.getWidth(); height = image.getHeight();}//end constructor //----------------------------------------------------////The following accessor methods make many of the // important attributes accessible to the using// program. //----------------------------------------------------//public Image getImage(){return image; }//end getSprite//----------------------------------------------------//public void setImage(Image image) throws SlickException{ this.image = image;width = image.getWidth(); height = image.getHeight();}//end setImage //----------------------------------------------------//public float getWidth(){return width; }//end getWidth//----------------------------------------------------// public float getHeight(){return height; }//end getWidth//----------------------------------------------------//public float getX(){ return X;}//end getX //----------------------------------------------------//public void setX(float X){this.X = X; }//end setX//----------------------------------------------------// public float getY(){return Y; }//end getY//----------------------------------------------------// public void setY(float Y){this.Y = Y; }//end setY//----------------------------------------------------//public float getXDirection(){ return xDirection;}// end getXDirection //----------------------------------------------------//public void setXDirection(float xDirection){this.xDirection = xDirection; }//end setXDirection//----------------------------------------------------//public float getYDirection(){ return yDirection;}//end getYDirection //----------------------------------------------------//public void setYDirection(float yDirection){this.yDirection = yDirection; }//setYDirection//----------------------------------------------------//public float getXStep(){ return xStep;}//end getXStep //----------------------------------------------------//public void setXStep(float xStep){this.xStep = xStep; }//end setXStep//----------------------------------------------------//public float getYStep(){ return yStep;}//end getYStep //----------------------------------------------------//public void setYStep(float yStep){ this.yStep = yStep;}//end setYStep //----------------------------------------------------//public float getScale(){return scale; }//end getScale//----------------------------------------------------// public void setScale(float scale){this.scale = scale; }//end setScale//----------------------------------------------------//public Color getColorFilter(){ return colorFilter;}//end getColorFilter //----------------------------------------------------//public void setColorFilter(float red,float green,float blue){ colorFilter = new Color(red,green,blue);}//end setColorFilter //----------------------------------------------------//public int getLife(){return life; }//end getLife//----------------------------------------------------//public void setLife(int life){ this.life = life;}//end setLife //----------------------------------------------------//public boolean getExposed(){return exposed; }//end getExposed//----------------------------------------------------//public void setExposed(boolean exposed){ this.exposed = exposed;}//end setExposed //----------------------------------------------------////This method causes the sprite to be drawn each time// it is called. public void draw(){image.draw(X,Y,scale,colorFilter); }//end draw//----------------------------------------------------////This method detects collisions between this // rectangular sprite object and another rectangular// sprite object by testing four cases where a // collision could not possibly occur and assuming that// a collision has occurred if none of those cases // are true.public boolean isCollision(Sprite01 other){ //Create variable with meaningful names make the// algorithm easier to understand. Can be eliminated // to make the algorithm more efficient.float thisTop = Y; float thisBottom = thisTop + height*scale;float thisLeft = X; float thisRight = thisLeft + width*scale;float otherTop = other.getY();float otherBottom = otherTop + other.getHeight()*other.getScale(); float otherLeft = other.getX();float otherRight = otherLeft + other.getWidth()*other.getScale(); if (thisBottom<otherTop) return(false); if (thisTop>otherBottom) return(false);if (thisRight<otherLeft) return(false); if (thisLeft>otherRight) return(false);return(true); }//end isCollision//----------------------------------------------------//public void move(){ X += xDirection*xStep;Y += yDirection*yStep; }//end move//----------------------------------------------------//public void edgeBounce(float winWidth,float winHeight){ //Test for a collision with one of the edges and// cause to sprite to bounce off the edge if a // collision has occurred.if(X + width*scale>= winWidth){ //A collision has occurred.xDirection = -1.0f;//reverse direction //Set the position to the right edge less the// width of the sprite. X = winWidth - width*scale;}//end if//Continue testing for collisions with the edges // and take appropriate action.if(X<= 0){ xDirection = 1.0f;X = 0; }//end ifif(Y + height*scale>= winHeight){ yDirection = -1.0f;Y = winHeight - height*scale; }//end ifif(Y<= 0){ yDirection = 1.0f;Y = 0; }//end if}//end edgeBounce //----------------------------------------------------//}//end class Sprite01

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