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#1 Tictactoe

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Posted 15 November 2016 - 01:24 PM

Normaly people make the grid for tictactoe with locate
Locate 10,2,"| |"
Locate 9,3,"-+-+-"
Locate 10,4,"| |"
Locate 9,5,"-+-+-"
Locate 10,6,"| |
But I made a tictactoe grid with f-lines
After that i made a do getkey loop. You can see the grid only for a shorttime than you see the amount of getkey
. My Question is how can i make that the grid will stay all time and the getkey is unseen. So i can Press for e.g 1 for getkey 72 and than with
if getkey 72
then circle a,b,c / or f-line:f-line
If end
To make a circle or an x in one of the boxes of the tictactoe grid
2. My second question is how can i combiene sketch and variable for e.g i want that the solution of ?→x is in a box.

Edited by Tictactoe, 15 November 2016 - 04:26 PM.

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#2 frankmar98

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Posted 15 November 2016 - 07:09 PM

The first question:

 

To optimize the program and don't let the grid dissapear you can use the Statistics graph commands, this is useful for sprittes containing a lot of lines:

 

http://community.cas...drawing-method/

 

This will make the re-drawing process faster.

 

The second question:

 

The Casio Basic variant of the fx-9860G series doesn't include a msgbox or similar command.

 

But you can make a subroutine for displaying a variable in a box with the locate command and drawing lines for building the box.

 

P.D: You may have to adjust a bit the drawing method from the CFX language to the fx-9860G series one, but there are very similar.

 

Luck!



#3 Tictactoe

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Posted 15 November 2016 - 09:38 PM

Thanks.
Thanks.




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