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Thread: Tile Collision

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    Question Tile Collision

    I have multiple tiles in an array list. I want to set collision between them and the player. Currently, I am trying to do the collision check by a static boolean in the player class, but with this:


    		for(int i = 0; i < tiles.size(); i++) {
    			if(tiles.get(i).collision) {
    				Player.collision = true;
    			}else{
    				Player.collision = false;
    			}
    		}


    I'm guessing you can tell that if any of the tiles do not have the collision, neither does the player. Does anybody know what I should do?

    Thanks!


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    Default Re: Tile Collision

    Could you be more specific? What is the program doing incorrectly? How is tiles.get(<int>).collision determined?
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    Default Re: Tile Collision

    When you change value of a variable in a loop, its value will be what the last change was. Any previous changes will have been forgotten. Sort of like:
    x = 1;
    x = 4;
    x = 2;

    the 4 and 1 are gone at the last statement.
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