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I underlined and bold print my files.
I need to know how to make this code into a working game.
The object of the game is to have two players 1- belle and 2-beast.
I want them to lose and gain strength and health, when 0 die.
I need to know how to make them interact.
I need to know what to do with teraform (creek, pasture, brick road) how to add.
I need the public interface to look like the forest.
classes need to function the program needs to function.
The purpose of this assignment is to use the character concept below in stars and implement the main (in stars).

*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** ************
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;


class Character {
private:
string hair,eyes;
int strength, health;
public:
Character();
Character(strin g, string, int, int);
Character(const Character&);

void setHair(string) ;
void setEyes(string) ;
void setStrength(int );
void setHealth(int);

string getHair()const;
string getEyes()const;
int getStrength()co nst;
int getHealth()cons t;

void addStrength(int );
void addHealth(int);
void loseStrength(in t);
void loseHealth(int) ;
void interact(Charac ter&);

void print()const;
void read();
};

Character:: Character (string 1, string 2, int a, int b){
1= hair;
2= eyes;
A= strength;
B= health;
}

Character:: Character (const Character & d) {
1= d.hair;
2= d.eyes;
3= d.strength;
4= d.health;
}

Void Character:: setHair (string 1){
1= hair;
}

Void Character:: setEyes (string 2){
2= eyes;
}

Void Character:: setStrength (int a){
A= strength;
}

Void Character:: setHealth (int b){
B= health;
}

String Character:: getHair () const{
String 1;
Return 1;
}

String Character:: getEyes() const{
String 2;
Return 2;
}

Int Character:: getStrength () const{
Int a;
Return a;
}

Int Character:: getHealth () const{
Int b;
Return b;
}

Void Character:: addStrength (int a){
Strength= strength +1;
}

Void Character:: addHealth (int b){
Health = health +1;
}

Void Character:: loseStrength (int a){
Strength= strength – 1;
}

Void Character:: loseHealth (int b){
Health= health – 1;
}

Void Character:: print () const {
Cout<< “Enter patient’s hair color”<<endl;
Cin>> hair;
Cout<< “Enter patient’s eye color”<<endl;
Cin>> eyes;
Cout<< “Enter the patient’s strength”<<endl ;
Cin>> strength;
Cout<< “Enter the patient’s health”<<endl;
Cin>> health;
}

Int main (){
//Character Person A, Person B(“black”, “brown”, 100, 100);
//Person B.print();
//character Person C (Person B);
//Person C.print();
Return 0;
}

*************** *************** ******MAIN***** *************** *************** **************
int main(){
Game g1(parameters);
Character p1 (parameters), p2 (parameters);
Venue forest (parameters);

g1.setLevel(5);
g1.setPlayerOne (p1);
g1.setPlayerTwo (p2);
g1.setLocation (forest);
meet(g1.playero ne, g1.playertwo);
cout<<g1.player one<<g1.Playert wo<<endl;
g1.teraform(50) ;
cout<<g1.Locati on<<endl;
int s=g1.Playerone. getStrength();
...........
*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *
HERE IS THE OTHER CODE I HAVE SO FAR
Game.cpp
#include <string>
using namespace std;
#include "game.h"


Game:: Game (string 1, string 2, string 3, int a, int b, int c, int t){
1= PlayerOne;
2= PlayerTwo;
3= location;
a= level;
b= health;
c= strength;
t= teraform;
}
Game:: Game (const Game & d) {////maybe change the d see what it does- change rest of code
1= PlayerOne;
2= d.PlayerTwo;
3= d.location;
a= d.level;
b= d.health;
c= d.strength;
t= d.teraform;
}
Void Game:: setPlayerOne (string 1){
1= PlayerOne;
}
Void Game:: setPlayerTwo (string 2){
2= PlayerTwo;
}
Void Game:: setlocation (string 3){
3= location;
}
Void Game:: setlevel (int a){
a= level;
}
Void Game:: sethealth (int b){
b= health;
}
Void Game:: setstrength (int c){
c= strength;
}
Void Game:: setteraform (int t){
t= teraform;
}
String Game:: getPlayerOne () const{
string 1;
return 1;
}
String Game:: getPlayerTwo () const{
string 2;
return 2;
}
String Game:: getlocation () const{
string 3;
return 3;
}
String Game:: getlevel () const{
int a;
return a;
}
String Game:: gethealth () const{
int b;
return b;
}
String Game:: getstrength () const{
int c;
return c;
}

Int Game:: getlevel () const {
int a;
return a;
}
Int Game:: gethealth () const {
int b;
return b;
}
Int Game:: getstrength () const {
int c;
return c;
}
Int Game:: getteraform () const {
int d;
return d;
}
Void Game:: addlevel (int a) {
level= level +1;/////////// zero
}
Void Game:: addhealth (int b) {
health= health +1;
}
Void Game:: addstrength (int c) {
strength= strength +1;
}
Void Game:: addteraform (int t) {
teraform= teraform +1;////category rain fog sunny snow or do we need it
}
Void Game:: looselevel (int a) {
level= level -1;
}
Void Game:: loosehealth (int b) {
health= health -1;
}
Void Game:: loosestrength (int c) {
strength= strength -1;
}
Void Game:: looseteraform (int t) {
teraform= teraform -1;
}
Void Game:: print () const {
Cout<< PlayerOne <<endl;//change cout<<PlayerOne <<endl;
Cin>> PlayerOne;////change cin>>PlayerOne;
}


character.cpp
#include <string>
using namespace std;
#include "character. h"

Character:: Character (string 1, string 2, string 3, int a, int b, int c,){
1= PlayerOne;
2= PlayerTwo;
3= location;
a= level;
b= health;
c= strength;
}
Character:: Character (const Character & d) {////maybe change the d see what it does- change rest of code
1= PlayerOne;
2= d.PlayerTwo;
3= d.location;
a= d.level;
b= d.health;
c= d.strength;
}
Void Character:: setPlayerOne (string 1){
1= PlayerOne;
}
Void Character:: setPlayerTwo (string 2){
2= PlayerTwo;
}
Void Character:: setlocation (string 3){/////maynot need
3= location;
}
Void Character:: setlevel (int a){
a= level;
}
Void Character:: sethealth (int b){
b= health;
}
Void Character:: setstrength (int c){
c= strength;
}
String Character:: getPlayerOne () const{
string 1;
return 1;
}
String Character:: getPlayerTwo () const{
string 2;
return 2;
}
String Character:: getlocation () const{
string 3;
return 3;
}
String Character:: getlevel () const{
int a;
return a;
}
String Character:: gethealth () const{
int b;
return b;
}
String Character:: getstrength () const{
int c;
return c;
}

Int Character:: getlevel () const {
int a;
return a;
}
Int Character:: gethealth () const {
int b;
return b;
}
Int Character:: getstrength () const {
int c;
return c;
}
Void Character:: addlevel (int a) {
level= level +1;/////////// zero
}
Void Character:: addhealth (int b) {
health= health +1;
}
Void Character:: addstrength (int c) {
strength= strength +1;
}
Void Character:: looselevel (int a) {
level= level -1;
}
Void Character:: loosehealth (int b) {
health= health -1;
}
Void Character:: loosestrength (int c) {
strength= strength -1;
}

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Sep 21 '06 #1
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fowle040
14 New Member
B]venue.cpp[/b]
#include <string>
using namespace std;
#include "venue.h"

Venue:: Venue (string 1, string 2, string 3,string 4, int a, int b, int c,){
1= PlayerOne;
2= PlayerTwo;
3= location;
4= teraform;
a= level;
b= health;
c= strength;
}
Venue:: Venue (const Venue & d) {////maybe change the d see what it does- change rest of code
1= PlayerOne;
2= d.PlayerTwo;
3= d.location;
4= d.teraform;
a= d.level;
b= d.health;
c= d.strength;
}
Void Venue:: setPlayerOne (string 1){
1= PlayerOne;
}
Void Venue:: setPlayerTwo (string 2){
2= PlayerTwo;
}
Void Venue:: setlocation (string 3){/////maynot need
3= location;
}
Void Venue:: setlevel (int a){
a= level;
}
Void Venue:: sethealth (int b){
b= health;
}
Void Venue:: setstrength (int c){
c= strength;
}
Void Venue:: setteraform (string 4){
4= teraform;
}
String Venue:: getPlayerOne () const{
string 1;
return 1;
}
String Venue:: getPlayerTwo () const{
string 2;
return 2;
}
String Venue:: getlocation () const{
string 3;
return 3;
}

Int Venue:: getlevel () const {
int a;
return a;
}
Int Venue:: gethealth () const {
int b;
return b;
}
Int Venue:: getstrength () const {
int c;
return c;
}
Void Venue:: addlevel (int a) {
level= level +1;/////////// zero
}
Void Venue:: addhealth (int b) {
health= health +1;
}
Void Venue:: addstrength (int c) {
strength= strength +1;
}
Void Venue:: looselevel (int a) {
level= level -1;
}
Void Venue:: loosehealth (int b) {
health= health -1;
}
Void Venue:: loosestrength (int c) {
strength= strength -1;
}

game.h
include <iostream>
using namespace std;

#ifndef GAME
#define GAME

class Game{
Private:
String PlayerOne, PlayerTwo, venue, teraform
Int level, strength, health
Public:
Game ();
Game (string, string, string, string, int, int, int);
Game (const Game &);




friend ostream & operator<< (ostream&, const Game &);
friend istream& operator>> (istream &, Game &);
};
#endif
character.h
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

#ifndef CHARACTER
#define CHARACTER

class Character {
private:
string hair, eyes;
int strength, health, level, location, teraform;
public:
Character();
Character (string, string, int, int, int, int);
Character(const Character &);

Character & operator++ ();////change
Character difference (const Character & ) const;
Character operator+ (const Character & ) const;
bool operator> (const Character & ) const;


friend ostream & operator<< (ostream&, const Character &);
friend istream& operator>> (istream &, Character &);
};
#endif
venue.h
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

#ifndef VENUE
#define VENUE

class Venue {
private:
string Kansas, Woods, Palace
int night, day
public:
Venue();
Venue (string, string, string, int, int,);
Venue(const Venue &);

Venue & operator++ ();////change
Venue difference (const Venue & forest) const;
Venue operator+ (const Venue & forest) const;
bool operator> (const Venue & forest) const;

friend ostream & operator<< (ostream&, const Venue &);
friend istream& operator>> (istream &, Venue &);
};
#endif
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