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Tortoise and the Hare application

Ann Green
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Hi.. is there any listed Java application source for the Tortoise and the Hare classic race?
marc weber
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marc weber
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This is a popular assignment, and there are numerous applets posted on the web (usually without source code) based on different rules. Some use spurts and slips, while others are a more literal illustration of Zeno's paradox.

Have you tried writing this code yourself? How far have you gotten?
Ann Green
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Joined: Jun 25, 2006
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hi..I wanna add an image of the rabbit and the turtle in my application instead of drawing them. how do i do that?
marc weber
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Originally posted by Ann Green:
hi..I wanna add an image of the rabbit and the turtle in my application instead of drawing them. how do i do that?

I suggest posting this as a new topic in the Swing forum. Be sure to include details about what you've already tried.
 
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