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Regions can be placed inside other regions to make it easier for other programmers to find their way around your programs.
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You ve seen that Microsoft Visual Studio provides a feature called Intellisense when you re writing a program. When you re typing a statement that contains a method call, the structure of the method call is described to you automatically using Intellisense. Some of this information is obtained from specially formatted comments that have been added to the method itself. You first saw comments in 2, Programs, Data, and Pretty Colors. They provide a way that you can leave notes in your program that the compiler ignores. If you give comments in a particular format, they can be used by the compiler to provide Intellisense to other programmers. As an example, consider the drawText method. Each of the parameters has a particular purpose, and you can add comments to describe them:
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/// <summary> /// Draws text on the screen /// </summary> /// <param name="text">text to write</param> /// <param name="textColor">color of text</param> /// <param name="x">left edge of text</param> /// <param name="y">top of text</param> void drawText(string text, Color textColor, float x, float y) { // Draw statements }
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The comments are formatted so as to provide XNA Game Studio with Intellisense information so that now when you start coding a call of the method, the extra information is displayed. Figure 13-10 shows how the information is displayed when a call of drawText is being coded.
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The structure of the Intellisense comments has to be exactly right; otherwise, no help is displayed. You can create these by hand, or you can use XNA Game Studio to create a template for you to fill in. To obtain the template, you type three forward slash (/) characters in succession in the editor immediately above the item to which you wish to add the comment. The Great Programmer Speaks: A Great Program Is a Work of Art The Great Programmer
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Part III Writing Proper Games
Sample Code: Refactored Bread and Cheese Game The samp e project n the 02 Refactored Bread and Cheese Game d rectory n the resources for th s chapter s a refactored vers on of the game From the p ayer s po nt of v ew, t s exact y the same However, f you ook at the source code of th s program, you find that the code has been organ zed nto a set of methods and separated nto reg ons You shou d find t much eas er to ocate part cu ar tems of code n the source fi e
Adding a Background
At the moment, the game is played on the blue background that is provided by XNA. This is okay, but it doesn t look very special. To improve things, you could add a texture that s drawn behind the game. You can do this by following the same pattern that was used for the other graphics items. The set of background methods shown in this next code block match those that are provided for the bread, cheese, and tomatoes. You need only put calls to the following methods into the appropriate game methods, and you have a game with an attractive background image:
#region Background code and data GameSpriteStruct background; private void loadBackgroundContent() { background.SpriteTexture = Content.Load<Texture2D>("Images\\Background"); background.SpriteRectangle new Rectangle( (int) minDisplayX, (int) (maxDisplayX (int) (maxDisplayY ); } private void updateBackground() { } private void drawBackground() { spriteBatch.Draw(background.SpriteTexture, background.SpriteRectangle, Color.White); } #endregion = (int) minDisplayY, - minDisplayX), - minDisplayY)
The background texture is drawn in an area that fills the playfield. This makes it easier for the player to determine when the cheese is going to bounce. Note that there s an updateBackground method, but it is empty at the moment. Later, you might want to make the background flutter in the breeze or change color as the player approaches the high score. Leaving the method blank makes it easy to add code to do this.
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