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Android / [SOLVED] Learning to Code

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Joined: 5th Jun 2018
Posted: 5th Jun 2018 02:49
Hello everyone, long time viewer first time poster.

I am attempting to write a piece of code which will do the following.

Step One: Make a clickable area preferably a circle.
Step Two: Upon user click, within the circle, it will generate a random number between 1 - 3 (if player clicks outside circle nothing happens)
Step Three: Using a nesting if statement assign an action to each random number generated.

Sadly the nesting if statements are giving me a serious migraine. Is anyone able to assist?

Thanks in advance...


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Posted: 6th Jun 2018 19:35

have you thought about using Select / Case?

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Posted: 11th Jun 2018 14:02
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Without seeing any code, it is difficult to determine what you are doing wrong. If you are trying to pick a different action based on the random selection, you should use one of the following structures.

Alternatively, you can use Select/Case

The nice thing about Select/Case is that you can combine results. So if choice 1 and 3 have the same outcome, you can do
Case 1, 3
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Posted: 16th Jun 2018 12:12
Quote: "The nice thing about Select/Case is that you can combine results."

yes, its very helpful, I also like you can fold case sections, unfolded if-else-endif make messy code and hurt my eyes! lol
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Posted: 29th Jun 2018 12:18
You can alternatively structure the options in Types and iterate beween them. This avoids excessive conditionals.

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