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Hi all. For the final project in my introductory comp sci course, I've been instructed to recreate Tetris in java. I have been having some difficulties getting the board to display properly--the board that shows up on the screen has too many cells (in the paintComponent method of GameBoardPanel, change fillRect to drawRect and you'll see what I mean), and when I add blocks onto the board, the display sometimes shows additional unintended colored cells. Also, my canItFall method doesn't seem to be working properly, and I get the feeling that this might be a related problem issuing from the same cause.
I have posted my code thus far below (I've attached most of the code including one of the specific Tetromino block classes, though I'm fairly certain the problem is in GameBoardPanel). I tend to write/debug my codes as I go, hence the "under construction" appearance. I hugely appreciate any help you guys have to offer, as well as additional comments or suggestions on how I can improve my code/where I should go from here. Thanks!