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    chess game ;array_bug selection_of_pieces_in_chess_game

    hey guys ...i m making a project of "CHESS GAME".....
    in which to identify any pieces of chess board ,i had used described mechanism....(see code of array)
    ...
    but it actually not working...it takes garbage value...it is working only for the "Rook"...
    i can't understand this behavior...so plz help me 2 find out d bugs..

    you can also give some more efficient mechanism for identify d piece on chess board...

    if you knw any thing which can help me 2 make chess game then plz post it...hurry up!!

    thnk u...
    mundvawala
    moin_jake2001@yahoo.com

    code of array:
    jPieces = new String[8][8];
    jPieces[0][0] = "bRook";
    jPieces[0][1] = "bKnight";
    jPieces[0][2] = "bBishop";
    jPieces[0][3] = "bQueen";
    jPieces[0][4] = "bKing";
    jPieces[0][5] = "bBishop";
    jPieces[0][6] = "bKnight";
    jPieces[0][7] = "bRook";
    jPieces[1][0] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][1] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][2] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][3] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][4] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][5] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][6] = "bPawn";
    jPieces[1][7] = "bPawn";

    jPieces[6][0] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][1] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][2] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][3] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][4] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][5] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][6] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[6][7] = "wPawn";
    jPieces[7][0] = "wRook";
    jPieces[7][1] = "wKnight";
    jPieces[7][2] = "wBishop";
    jPieces[7][3] = "wQueen";
    jPieces[7][4] = "wKing";
    jPieces[7][5] = "wBishop";
    jPieces[7][6] = "wKnight";
    jPieces[7][7] = "wRook";

    for(int x=0;x<8;x++)
    {
    for(int y=0;y<8;y++)
    System.out.println(jPieces[x][y]);
    }

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    Re: chess game ;array_bug selection_of_pieces_in_chess_game

    The code shown works, can you show the code that does not work.
    you can also give some more efficient mechanism for identify d piece on chess board.
    Each piece type should be represented by a class which probably should all inherit from a base class eg ChessPiece . The class type will then be the piece identifier and there could be a method eg isWhite() to determine which side the piece belongs too. Each piece class could also have methods to determine things such as all possible legal moves from the current position; handling of special rules such as castling, en passant and promotion etc.
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    Re: chess game ;array_bug selection_of_pieces_in_chess_game

    Please post code in &#91;CODE]...&#91;/CODE] tags. Also, please don't use text speak - this isn't a chatroom. We'll make the effort to help you, if you make the effort with your questions.

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