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Pan Niko
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Joined: Mar 19, 2011
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Hello,

Im trying to build a board game called "River crossing" in Java. My idea:

Have one board class where there create the main board of the game.
Contains pocket elements






Separate classes per game's levels.



There is a way to modify the board from board class depends of in what level you are?

*Any better ideas for structure, are welcomed
Darryl Burke
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Joined: May 03, 2008
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By convention, Java class names begin with an uppercase letter.

Unless you are overriding default behavior (not likely), extending JFrame and JButton is a misuse of inheritance. And event listeners are usually more conveniently programmed as anonymous inner classes instead of being implemented in a class.

luck, db
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