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  1. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    I haven't started yet, because I have no clue how to start. I'm guessing they would go into the paint method though.
  2. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    I'm trying to make a board game. I don't know how to get the peices of the game to show up on my applet, or how to get them to move from grid space to grid space.

    I'm sorry that I'm bod at...
  3. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    Do you mean like this? I provided an image because I'm bad at explaining.

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    I have it so when I clock, it's going down to the lowest number for each. It now registers the second square in...
  4. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    Sorry about that. I need to make it that when I click I can get it to click that number of the array.

    So my map is a multidimensional array called map [10] [10]. I need it so when I click the box...
  5. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    So I have the mouse listener working well now. I have it creating red rectangles to see if it works and it does. I need to make it that each part of the array is on each of the upper left corners of...
  6. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    I'm thinking it would be simpler to recolour the block a unit is on in the colour of team. So the spaces with opponent units would be red, and the players would be blue. There would only be text on...
  7. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    I have another question. I've implemented mouse listener, and am using modulo to find the corner of each part of the grid. It's working out for the most part, and I'll be able to figure it out soon,...
  8. Re: Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    Thanks. I'll be back if I have any more problems down the road.
  9. Please help a new programmer in Java applet

    Hello everyone. I'm a brand new programmer, and am pretty much self teaching. I decided to test myself and see if I could make a simple board game. I chose Stratego, and quickly realized it was the...
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