 Engrenages/gears

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#1 Tchernoben

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Posted 05 April 2006 - 06:47 PM

Hello everybody

Sorry for not being too much present here...
for apologize I want to show you an idea I had about the similarities between Coroutines in lua and gears.
then, on the base of circle, I have programmed a physical model which can recreate the gear movement, like a clock in fact ( I think I'll need objects in the further version).
The code above is only the gear creating function, please try it and tell me what you think about that idea.
require("draw")
showgraph(1)
draw.onbuffer(1)
pi = 3.141592654

function rouage ( x,y,r,t,pas,o,p,a )
e = 0
for i=t, 2*pi+pas , pas do
e = e+1
if e%2 == 0 then
r = r+a
draw.line ( x+(r-a)*math.cos(i), y+(r-a)*math.sin(i), x+r*math.cos(i), y+r*math.sin(i) )
else
r = r-a
draw.line ( x+(r+a)*math.cos(i), y+(r+a)*math.sin(i), x+r*math.cos(i), y+r*math.sin(i) )
end
draw.line ( x+r*math.cos(i), y+r*math.sin(i), x+r*math.cos(i+pas), y+r*math.sin(i+pas) )
r = r - pas*o
end
end

roue1 = coroutine.create (
function ()
pa = pi/5
while true do
for j=0, 2*pa, 0.03*pi do
rouage ( 75,100,50,j,pa,0,1,10)
coroutine.yield ()
end
end
end )

while not testkey(K_EXE) do
draw.clear ()
coroutine.resume ( roue1 )
draw.update ()
end

Hope you'll enjoy It

See ya later

#2 Major

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Posted 06 April 2006 - 08:27 PM

D?sol? Tchernoben c'?tait une erreur ! Tu peux donc supprimer ce message ainsi que le pr?c?dent. Merci. #3 Tchernoben

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Posted 07 April 2006 - 05:30 PM

Ok c'est fait

I am trully sorry but this program I began 3 days ago will be interupted because Lua is too slow (maybe am I too bad on it) for the kind of program I wanted to realize...
I think I'll do it with C on the SDK 0 user(s) are reading this topic

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