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Problems with creating block(More in first line)


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Ok it will work but, did you see how I have a block? How would I do it with that could I?

 

You can't. End of story.

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You need to make a class for the block .. and this coding style is awful

Dude... harsh!

 

I think what KakesRevenge means is that by Java convention, rock is assumed to be an instance of Rock.  In this case it's not, which is confusing.  Perhaps you should rename rock to be rockBlock or lrBlock instead.

 

I see you've already created your own block class LrBlock, just override LrBlock.isOpaqueBlock() to return false, as 61352151511 said.

 

-TGG

 

 

 

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Ok it will work but, did you see how I have a block? How would I do it with that could I?

 

You can't. End of story.

 

That is wrong, you could make the instance an anonymous inner class.

But as others pointed out, you should make your own Block class extending Block (which you apparently did) and override the method there.

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This thread makes me sad because people just post copy-paste-ready code when it's obvious that the OP has little to no programming experience. This is not how learning works.

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