Hello everyone!

I have to make a tank-game in Java for school

Obviously the tank should be able to shoot, in a parabola

Our teacher provided us with the formula to calculate the y-coordinate for by looping through a given amount of x-coordinates

Printscreen of the formula: formule.png

G = 9.81 m/s^2 (gravitation constant)

alpha = the angle under which the shot is fired

v0 is the power of the shot

w = the wind

x = the x-value of the map

y0 = y-value of the tank

y = path of bullet

Now, I *tried* to convert it to Java and I came up with this:

I've put it in a loop and add the coord object to an arraylist so I get the path of the bulletcoord.setY( (int) (((-G/2) / Math.pow(power * Math.cos(angle) - wind, 2) * Math.pow(currentX, 2)) + ((currentX * Math.sin(angle)) / (Math.cos(angle) - (wind / power))) + tankPosition.getY()) );

If I for example enter an angle of 20 and power of 30, this would be the content of the arraylist:

Did I do something wrong in converting the formula to java or something? :/X - Y

160 - -13778

161 - -13950

162 - -14123

163 - -14296

164 - -14471

165 - -14647

166 - -14824

167 - -15002

168 - -15181

169 - -15362

170 - -15543

171 - -15725

172 - -15908

173 - -16092

174 - -16277

175 - -16464

176 - -16651

177 - -16839

178 - -17029

179 - -17219

180 - -17411

181 - -17603

182 - -17796

183 - -17991

184 - -18187

185 - -18383

186 - -18581

187 - -18779

188 - -18979

189 - -19180

190 - -19381

191 - -19584

192 - -19788

193 - -19993

194 - -20199

195 - -20406

196 - -20613

197 - -20822

198 - -21032

199 - -21243

200 - -21455

201 - -21669

202 - -21883

203 - -22098

204 - -22314

205 - -22531

206 - -22749

207 - -22969

208 - -23189

209 - -23410

Thanks for your time!

Actual code:

public ArrayList<Coord> createPath(int power, int angle, int wind, Coord tankPosition) { final double G = 9.81; Coord coord; boolean shouldStop = false; ArrayList<Coord> list = new ArrayList<>(); int currentX = tankPosition.getX(); while (!shouldStop) { coord = new Coord(); coord.setX(currentX); coord.setY((int) (((-G / 2) / Math.pow(power * Math.cos(angle) - wind, 2) * Math.pow(currentX, 2)) + ((currentX * Math.sin(angle)) / (Math.cos(angle) - (wind / power))) + tankPosition.getY())); list.add(coord); currentX++; if (isOutOfBounds(coord) || isCollision(coord)) shouldStop = true; } return list; }

Thanks for your time!