|Question: How can you make the turtles pause when moving in the world?|
|Question: When I am trying to |
import jm.JMC;it keeps saying
ClassNotFoundException: jm$JMCwhat does that MEAN???? i downloaded Jmusic and i thought everything went right. not really sure what to do.
|Question: crap, what's the difference between sounds and music?|
|Question:What does the error "class" or "interface" expected mean?? I wrote a method in Turtle.java to make the turtle do a specific dance so that way i could just use turtle1.dance, turtle2.dance..etc but when i compile the code, i get the above error.|
|Question: On Tsquare, what is the difference between submitting on the "assignment" page vs submitting it under the Assignment "auto submission" page?? Which one should we use?|
|Question: Even though I added extra classpaths in the DrJava's preferences, every time I try to |
import jm.music.data.; Error: C:\cs1316\java-source-Fall06\Song.java:1: package jm.music.data does not existcomes out. What should I do?
|QuestionWhat is the method to use to get the song to play. I konw you can use node.showFromMeOn(|
|Question: When it says to turn in the picture of the resultant list structure, what do we use to make that??|
|Where could I draw my daily entertainment if I didn't have the benefit of your sarcastic comments?|
|Question: I have a really basic question. Do you declare/define your turtle objects and riff objects BEFORE you start your main method or in the body of the main method? In general, I'm not clear how the main method should relate to other methods and objects. (And please say something sarcastic in response for my amusement...)|
|More basic and related questions: 1) after you create your SongNodes, do you then need to create a linked list data structure from these?, or 2) do the operations on the SongNodes CREATE the list structure (rather than operating on an original, specified one)?, and 3) do these operations (that is, weave, repeatNext, or repeatNextInserting) operate on the product or output of the previous operation, so that a resultant woven list, for example, is then used to insert new phrases in the next operation?, and 4) do these operations act in the sequence in which they are specified in the program?, and, finally, 5) if you have methods that manipulate the phrases and control the dance of your turtles both placed in the main method (assuming that is correct to do), are these, in effect, implemented in parallel? I guess I am generally confused about the nature of the control structure in this object-oriented hocus-pocus. Can we go back to structured programming? ;)|
|The documentation for the repeatNext method says that it appends the input phrase to the "current" node. What is the current node in this context? The last node of the previously transformed linked list?|
node1.repeatNext(node2, 2);The method repeatNext is being called on the object node1, thus node1 is the current node. Dawn Finney.
|Question: Please remind me how to slow the progress of turtles moving in a world so as to make the motion visible. Thank you.|