anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm stuck on the tetrominoes. I finally got the Block class to work but I can't figure out the Shape syntax. Can anyone help me?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
As we can see in the subclass example I_Shape, you have coordenates for each block and the color of the blocks of the shapes. In my case, i solved it creating a list of blocks in the Shape Class and in the init method i generate a block with the coordenates and the color, and then, append to the list. Also, i created a draw method that draws each block of the list.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Think of if this way: The *_Shape subclass has the list of coords for each Block class position. The Shape class's member list variable will take these coords and draw a Block for each coord item in it. If you look at the init for Shape you see that it takes coord[s] and color which is what you need to instantiates Block objects

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