anonymous
  • anonymous
need a check on this function that it fails... :( var g = setInterval('rotateMe',speed) function rotateMe() { x = |length| Math.cos(t) y = |length| Math.sin(t) plot = 'position:absolute; top:y; left:x' document.getElementById('img').position = plot t = t+angle of rotation {
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jamiebookeater
  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
that function is to make a cannon rotate over a dat.
nowhereman
  • nowhereman
Although I think this is not the correct study group for this question, I'll try to answer: 0. I hope I'm correct that it is javascript 1. you should end your commands with semicola (;) 2. What is |length|? Do you mean Math.abs(length)*? 3. It should be ...getElementById('img').style.position = plot; 4. You need to declare t and length as global variables 5. The end of the function must be } not {.
anonymous
  • anonymous
non o i used 0 prograaming language in this its just the algorithm ^^ but if u want i can paste cods here too (if i can find the file on pc :D )

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nowhereman
  • nowhereman
The algorithm seems ok, for me it's a question of clean implementation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmm
anonymous
  • anonymous
well i found codes but i wrote them in C# and its not a whole, that my function only gives new values, i made a new class for this rotation ^^
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, Ill try to reprogram it ^^

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