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From: scochran AT shoalsnet DOT com
Newsgroups: comp.lang.c++,comp.lang.c++.moderated,comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Using one copy of class for many other classes
Date: 27 Jun 1997 09:22:15 -0400
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In C++ I've run into yet another brick wall.  I have a class called arena
that is a 50x50 arena for obstacles and robots (for now anyway).  I'm
running into problems because I only want to have one copy of the arena and
multiple copies of the robots or whatever I want to put.

Would I do it something like this?

int robot::robot(arena arenacopy)
  {
   .
   .
   .
  }

int robot::robofunction(void)
  {
   arenacopy.arenafunction();
  }

Would this work?

Also I have an enum to define the objects in a buffer of the arena would it
be best to derive a class from arena and put all the enum and enum specific
(the ones that use the enums) functions there?

<TIA>
Micah Cochran
scochran AT shoalsnet DOT com



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