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View TimedState.cs
public class TimedState
{
SeriealizedState data;
ITimed timed;
public ITimed Target { get { return timed; } }
public SeriealizedState Data { get { return data; } }
public TimedState(ITimed timedObject, SeriealizedState serialized)
View Player.cs
public class Player : MonoBehaviour, ITimed
{
[SerializeField]
float speed = 1;
[SerializeField]
bool isStartingPlayer = false;
public bool IsStartingPlayer {get{return isStartingPlayer;}}
[SerializeField]
CollDetector forwardDetector;
View IInput.cs
public interface IInput
{
void GetInput();
void EndInput();
void StartInput();
bool ShouldPlay {get;}
}
public enum InputTypes{
Player,
View PlayerInput.cs
public class InputPlayer : IInput
{
public bool ShouldPlay{get{
return !GameSettings.PauseOnInaction ||
(
Input.GetKey(KeyCode.W) ||
Input.GetKey(KeyCode.A) ||
Input.GetKey(KeyCode.S) ||
Input.GetKey(KeyCode.D) ||
View GameManager.cs
public class GameManager : MonoBehaviour
{
[SerializeField]
Player playerPrefab;
Timeline timeline;
static GameManager t;
List<ITimed> timedThings = new List<ITimed>();
IInput currentInput;
View Card.tsx
interface Props {
card: Card
}
export default (props: Props)=>{
const { name, optional, requirements, effects } = props.card;
return <div class='game-card text-center'>
<div class='title'>{name}</div>
View handlePlayerActions.ts
export const listenForPlayerAction = (game: Game): Promise<ActionValue> => {
return new Promise((res, rej) => {
const { sockets, currentPlayerIndex } = game;
const currentSocket = sockets[currentPlayerIndex];
currentSocket.once('action', async (action: ActionTypes, value: number) => {
if (!checkIfValidAction(game, action, value)) {
rej("Invalid Action");
} else {
res({ action, value });
View flatten.js
/*
I made a handful of decisions about this function:
1) I know you said array of integers, but I decided to make it a bit more resiliant.
2) If you give me a non-array, I will just spit that back at you
3) This is a functional thing, so I will return a new array instead of flattening in place
4) I did use newer language features, my assumption is that this will run in an environment where that is ok, or it will be transpiled
5) Flatten is strictly about arrays, so I don't do anything with objects.
*/
const flatten = (toFlattenArr) => {
View quicksortMedian.js
const quickSort = (array, left = 0, right)=>{
if(right === undefined){
right = array.length -1;
}
if(left >= right){
return;
}
moveMedian(array, left, right);
let wall = left;
const pivot = right;
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