Update constructor using method

I have a game app and I want it to update the constructor strength value when I call the levelUp() method. public Hero(String heroname, double strength, double strength_gain){ this.heroname = heroname; this.hp = (int) (200+20*strength); this.strength_gain = strength_gain; } public void levelUp(){ this.strength = strength + strength_gain; } But when i do System.out.println(hero.hp); after calling… Read More Update constructor using method

Calling Matlab function from c# + OOP

trying to call a Matlab function from c# by using the instructions in the following Matlab help website. https://se.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_external/call-matlab-function-from-c-client.html Using the method and the example in the Matlab website went well but now trying to redo everything with writing a separated class for calling the Matlab function, and call the method in the main class… Read More Calling Matlab function from c# + OOP

python object Oriented creating object in main function

I’m new to object oriented in python, I’m a bit confused on how to work with object oriented I’m still new to stackoverflow so please don’t vote down the post. class Beta(object): def __init__(self,message=’defualt msg’): self.message = message def foo(self): return self.message def main(): beta1 = Beta() messege = beta1.foo() if __name__ == ‘__main__’: main()… Read More python object Oriented creating object in main function

Getting an Exception even though class attribute is correct type

I am currently working on a project that has the following class import operator class dummy: def __init__(self, density): self.density = density density = property(operator.attrgetter(‘_density’)) @property def density(self): return self._density @density.setter def density(self,value): if type(value) != int or type(value) != float: raise Exception("density must be int or float types!") elif value <= 0: raise Exception("density… Read More Getting an Exception even though class attribute is correct type

C# compilation error when attempting to assign instance variables from base class in derived class

The following gives me an error in C#: using System; class Ship { public char type; public int lives; } class Cruiser: Ship { type = ‘C’; lives = 2; } class Destroyer: Ship { type = ‘D’; lives = 2; } class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { Ship[,] field = new Ship[2,2];… Read More C# compilation error when attempting to assign instance variables from base class in derived class