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Vitor Mateucci
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Joined: Oct 06, 2011
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Hi, for my java class i need to build a project,

i was thinking of making a box that rolls around from point A to point B in a plain

Does any one have idea how to do this or where i should look at?

Thanks,
fred rosenberger
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This question is really to broad to get much traction here.

Do you have a jdk installed, or do you need help setting that up?

Do you know how to write, compile and run a "hello, world" program, or do you need help with that?

Do you know the algorithms needed, or do you need help with that?

My point is that this forum works best when you ask specific, focused questions, not broad, general questions - unless you want a broad, general answer.


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Vitor Mateucci
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Joined: Oct 06, 2011
Posts: 13
fred rosenberger wrote:This question is really to broad to get much traction here.

Do you have a jdk installed, or do you need help setting that up?

Do you know how to write, compile and run a "hello, world" program, or do you need help with that?

Do you know the algorithms needed, or do you need help with that?

My point is that this forum works best when you ask specific, focused questions, not broad, general questions - unless you want a broad, general answer.


Sorry i am new to this site,

ok i do have jdk installed , we have writen the "Hello, world" program, i could use some help with the algorithms, also would i use turtle graphics for drawing up the square or would it be somthing else?
Campbell Ritchie
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And I presume you can execute the HelloWorld program?
 
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