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By Al Sweigart

A programming e-book that covers the Pygame video game library for the Python programming language. every one bankruptcy grants the full resource code for a brand new video game and teaches the programming thoughts from those examples. This e-book was once written to be comprehensible through teenagers as younger as 10 to twelve years previous, even though it is superb for somebody of any age who has a few familiarity with Python.

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In Python the indentation (that is, the space at the beginning of the line) is needs to be exact, but the spacing in the rest of the line is not so strict. By spacing the integers in the tuple out, we can clearly see how the RGB values compare to each other. ) It is a nice thing to make your code more readable this way, but don’t bother spending too much time doing it. Code doesn’t have to be pretty to work. At a certain point, you’ll just be spending more time typing spaces than you would have saved by having readable tuple values.

Com/pygame 4. # Released under a "Simplified BSD" license 5. 6. import random, pygame, sys 7. locals import * 8. 9. FPS = 30 # frames per second, the general speed of the program 10. WINDOWWIDTH = 640 # size of window's width in pixels 11. WINDOWHEIGHT = 480 # size of windows' height in pixels 12. REVEALSPEED = 8 # speed boxes' sliding reveals and covers 13. BOXSIZE = 40 # size of box height & width in pixels 14. GAPSIZE = 10 # size of gap between boxes in pixels 15. BOARDWIDTH = 10 # number of columns of icons 16.

Line(DISPLAYSURF, color, (left, top + i), (left + i, top)) 197. line(DISPLAYSURF, color, (left + i, top + BOXSIZE - 1), (left + BOXSIZE - 1, top + i)) 198. elif shape == OVAL: 199. ellipse(DISPLAYSURF, color, (left, top + quarter, BOXSIZE, half)) 200. 201. 202. def getShapeAndColor(board, boxx, boxy): 203. com/pygame 204. # color value for x, y spot is stored in board[x][y][1] 205. return board[boxx][boxy][0], board[boxx][boxy][1] 206. 207. 208. def drawBoxCovers(board, boxes, coverage): 209. # Draws boxes being covered/revealed.

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