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(南理工)这是一个类似于福彩的游戏程序。游戏玩家输入自己的名字和吉祥数字,计算机由此初始化随机发生器,然后玩家选定游戏难易程度,由此确定数字范围,玩家输入范围内的6个数字,并判断输入是否有效。若无效,发出错误信息并退出;若有效,则和计算机产生的该范围内的6个数字比较,若全部匹配,则玩家赢,否则玩家输。
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.......................................................................................... 44 Crash Early and Crash Often! .................................................................................................... 44 Making the Source Code Look Pretty ........................................................................................ 45 Using Constant Variables Instead of Strings ............................................................................. 46 Making Sure We Have Enough Icons ........................................................................................ 47 Tuples vs. Lists, Immutable vs. Mutable ................................................................................... 47 Email questions to the author: al@inventwithpython.comAbout This Book v One Item Tuples Need a Trailing Comma ................................................................................. 48 Converting Between Lists and Tuples ....................................................................................... 49 The global statement, and Why Global Variables are Evil.................................................... 49 Data Structures and 2D Lists ..................................................................................................... 51 The ―Start Game‖ Animation ..................................................................................................... 52 The Game Loop ......................................................................................................................... 52 The Event Handling Loop .......................................................................................................... 53 Checking Which Box The Mouse Cursor is Over ..................................................................... 54 Handling the First Clicked Box ................................................................................................. 55 Handling a Mismatched Pair of Icons ........................................................................................ 56 Handling If the Player Won ....................................................................................................... 56 Drawing the Game State to the Screen ...................................................................................... 57 Creating the ―Revealed Boxes‖ Data Structure ......................................................................... 58 Creating the Board Data Structure: Step 1 – Get All Possible Icons ......................................... 58 Step 2 – Shuffling and Truncating the List of All Icons ............................................................ 59 Step 3 – Placing the Icons on the Board .................................................................................... 59 Splitting a List into a List of Lists.............................................................................................. 60 Different Coordinate Systems .................................................................................................... 61 Converting from Pixel Coordinates to Box Coordinates ........................................................... 62 Drawing the Icon, and Syntactic Sugar ...................................................................................... 63 Syntactic Sugar with Getting a Board Space’s Icon’s Shape and Color .................................... 64 Drawing the Box Cover ............................................................................................................. 64 Handling the Revealing and Covering Animation ..................................................................... 65 Drawing the Entire Board .......................................................................................................... 66 Drawing the Highlight ............................................................................................................... 67 The ―Start Game‖ Animation ..................................................................................................... 67 Revealing and Covering the Groups of Boxes ........................................................................... 68 The ―Game Won‖ Animation .................................................................................................... 68 Telling if the Player Has Won ................................................................................................... 69vi http://inventwithpython.com/pygame Why Bother Having a main() Function? ................................................................................ 69 Why Bother With Readability? .................................................................................................. 70 Summary, and a Hacking Suggestion ........................................................................................ 74 Chapter 4 – Slide Puzzle ................................................................................................................ 77 How to Play Slide Puzzle ........................................................................................................... 77 Source Code to Slide Puzzle ...................................................................................................... 77 Second Verse, Same as the First ................................................................................................ 85 Setting Up the Buttons ............................................................................................................... 86 Being Smart By Using Stupid Code .......................................................................................... 87 The Main Game Loop ................................................................................................................ 88 Clicking on the Buttons ............................................................................................................. 89 Sliding Tiles with the Mouse ..................................................................................................... 90 Sliding Tiles with the Keyboard ................................................................................................ 90 ―Equal To One Of‖ Trick with the in Operator ........................................................................ 91 WASD and Arrow Keys ............................................................................................................ 91 Actually Performing the Tile Slide ............................................................................................ 92 IDLE and Terminating Pygame Programs 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The Constant Variables .............................................................................................. 123 Animating the Button Flash ..................................................................................................... 123 Drawing the Buttons ................................................................................................................ 126 Animating the Background Change ......................................................................................... 126 The Game Over Animation ...................................................................................................... 127viii http://inventwithpython.com/pygame Converting from Pixel Coordinates to Buttons ........................................................................ 129 Explicit is Better Than Implicit ................................................................................................ 129 Chapter 6 – Wormy 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..................................................................................................................... 166 Setting Up the Piece Templates ............................................................................................... 168 Splitting a ―Line of Code‖ Across Multiple Lines ................................................................... 171 The main() Function ............................................................................................................. 172 The Start of a New Game ......................................................................................................... 173 The Game Loop ....................................................................................................................... 174 The Event Handling Loop ........................................................................................................ 174 Pausing the Game .................................................................................................................... 174 Using Movement Variables to Handle User Input ................................................................... 175 Checking if a Slide or Rotation is Valid .................................................................................. 175 Finding the Bottom .................................................................................................................. 178 Moving by Holding Down the Key.......................................................................................... 179 Letting the Piece ―Naturally‖ Fall ............................................................................................ 182 Drawing Everything on the Screen .......................................................................................... 182 makeTextObjs() , A Shortcut Function for Making Text .................................................. 183 The Same Old terminate() Function ................................................................................ 183 Waiting for a Key Press Event with the checkForKeyPress() Function ........................ 183 showTextScreen() , A Generic Text Screen Function ..................................................... 184 The checkForQuit() Function .......................................................................................... 185 The calculateLevelAndFallFreq() Function .......................................................... 185 Generating Pieces with the getNewPiece() Function ....................................................... 188 Adding Pieces to the Board Data Structure ............................................................................. 189 Creating a New Board Data Structure ...................................................................................... 189 The isOnBoard() and isValidPosition() Functions ............................................... 190 Checking for, and Removing, Complete Lines ........................................................................ 192 Convert from Board Coordinates to Pixel Coordinates ........................................................... 195 Drawing a Box on the Board or Elsewhere on the Screen ....................................................... 195 Drawing Everything to the Screen ........................................................................................... 196x http://inventwithpython.com/pygame Drawing the Score and Level Text .......................................................................................... 196 Drawing a Piece on the Board or Elsewhere on the Screen ..................................................... 197 Drawing the ―Next‖ Piece ........................................................................................................ 197 Summary .................................................................................................................................. 198 Chapter 8 – Squirrel Eat Squirrel ................................................................................................. 200 How to Play Squirrel Eat Squirrel............................................................................................ 200 The Design of Squirrel Eat Squirrel ......................................................................................... 200 Source Code to Squirrel Eat Squirrel ....................................................................................... 201 The Usual Setup Code ............................................................................................................. 211 Describing the Data Structures ................................................................................................ 212 The main() Function 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Function .................................................................................... 233 Backwards Compatibility with Python Version 2 .................................................................... 236 The getRandomVelocity() Function .............................................................................. 237 Finding a Place to Add New Squirrels and Grass .................................................................... 237 Creating Enemy Squirrel Data Structures ................................................................................ 238 Flipping the Squirrel Image ..................................................................................................... 239 Creating Grass Data Structures ................................................................................................ 239 Checking if Outside the Active Area ....................................................................................... 240 Summary 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............................................................................................... 327 Source Code for Gemgem ........................................................................................................ 327 Summary .................................................................................................................................. 340 Glossary ....................................................................................................................................... 342 About the Author ......................................................................................................................... 347

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