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Thread: Best way to approach this problem

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    Default Best way to approach this problem

    Hi!

    Im a noob at java and i have to make a domino multiplayer game for this semester!

    Does anyone can tell me more or less where to begin!I only have like two months or a little more.


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    Default Re: Best way to approach this problem

    Start by identifying the requirements/specifications of your program. How do you want the users to interact with the program? What are the rules of Domino? etc.

    After you have your requirements/specifications, start blocking out roughly what classes you think you'll need. Add basic fields and method signatures to help give you an idea of what each class does.

    After you have you classes defined, go back and implement the methods. Make sure to test often to verify that the changes you're making work and don't break existing the code.

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