Java代写 | CSCI1110 Assignment 4

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Assignment 4
Part I: Ochos Locos Faciles
We will create the game using an OO approach. Recall, the physical parts of the game are:
Card: a card has a colour (red, yellow, green, or blue) and a number (1 … 8).
Player: A player has 5 or more cards and takes turns playing in the game with
other players
Game: A game consists of (i) two or more players; (ii) a deck of cards; (iii) a
discard card, and follows a set of rules where each player plays in cyclic
order until one of the players wins or the deck runs out of cards.
Unsurprisingly, you are to create (at least) three classes: Card, Player, and Game.
Create the Card Class
The Card class should have (at minimum) the following methods:
Card(String card) is the constructor and takes a string of the form “LD”, where
L is a letter denoting the color such as R, Y, G, or B, and D is a digit from
(0 …9), denoting the card number.
char getColor() is a getter that returns the card color.
char getNumber() is a getter that returns the card number.
boolean matches(Card card) returns true if this card and the passed card have
either the same colour or the same number.
boolean matchesColor(Card card) returns true if this card and the passed
card have either the same colour.
boolean matchesNumber(Card card) returns true if this card and the passed
card have the same number.
String toString() returns a string of the same form as the argument to the
constructor.
Implement this class and test it on Mimir. Be sure all “Card” tests pass before proceeding.
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Create the Player Class
The Player class should have (at minimum) the following methods:
Player(String name) is the constructor and takes a string that denotes the
name of the player.
void addCardToHand(Card card adds the specified card to the player’s hand.
Hint: You may want to use an array or an ArrayList to store the player’s
hand inside the Player object.)
void removeCardFromHand(Card card removes the specified card from the player’s
hand.
Card findMatch(Card card searches the player’s hand for the first card that
matches (either color or number) the specified card. Note: The hand is
to be searched in the order the cards were added to it. If a matching
card is found, it is returned. Otherwise, null is returned.
Note: The matching is a simplification of Assignment 2. The player keeps
the cards in the order that they receive them. The matching involves checking each card from oldest to newest. The first card matched it the one
returned. For example, support Alice received the cards R8, G8, Y4, G2,
B1, and the discard card is G4, the first card (left to right) that matches is
G8, which is what should be returned.
boolean hasWon() returns true if the player is out of cards.
String toString() returns the player’s name, followed by all the cards in the
player’s hand, with spaces separating the name and the cards. For example,
if Alice had the cards R8, Y4, G2, B1 in her hand, the returned string would
be:
Alice R8 Y4 G2 B1
Hint: you can use the toString() method of Card to get the string for each
card.
Implement this class and test it on Mimir. Be sure all “Player” tests pass before proceeding.
Create the Game Class
The Player class should have (at minimum) the following methods:
void addPlayer(Player player adds a player object to the game. Hint: You
may want to use an array or an ArrayList to store the players in the Game
object.
void addCard(Card card adds a card to the deck of cards that will be used to
play the game. Hint: You may want to use an array or an ArrayList to store
the cards in the Game object.
void setDiscardCard(Card card sets the discard card. Recall, the discard
card is the card that was most recently played in the game.
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Card getDiscardCard() gets the discard card.
Card drawCard() removes and returns a card from the deck of cards.
Player getCurrentPlayer() returns the player whose turn it currently is.
Note: initially there is no current player until nextPlayer() is invoked.
I.e., calling getCurrentPlayer() before ever calling nextPlayer() is undefined behaviour.
Player nextPlayer() changes the current player to the next player and returns
the new current player.
Card nextPlay() Performs one move (play) and returns the card that was played
by the player. This includes moving to the next player, matching the discard card with one from the player’s hand. If the player does not have a
matching card, then the player draws a card, adds it to their hand. Otherwise, if the player does have a matching card, the card is removed from
the player’s hand, the card becomes the new discard card, and the card is
returned by the method.
boolean outOfCards() returns true if all the cards in the deck have been used
up.
Implement this class and test it on Mimir. Be sure all “Game” tests pass before proceeding.
Note, some of these tests are not exhaustive, so there may still be bugs in some of the more
complex methods.
Implement Ochos Locos Using the Classes You Created
Write a Java program called OchosLocos.java that simulates the basic Ochos Locos game.
There are a couple small changes from the Assignment 2 version.
Input
The input to this program consists of several lines of input.
• The first line contains an integer P, denoting the number of players.
• This is followed by P lines, each of which represents a player. A player line consists of
the player’s name and five (5) cards. The format is:
Name Card 1 Card 2 Card 3 Card 4 Card 5
for example:
Alice R1 B3 G8 G4 Y3
• The next line contains a single card, denoting the first discard card.
• The last line consists of the remaining cards. Since there are a maximum of 32 cards (4
colours times 8 numbers), the total number of remaining cards will be 32−(P ×5)−1.
Please see the example at the end of this section.
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Processing
• Initially, your program should create a new game and read in the players, adding the
players to the game. The program should then read in the cards and add them to the
game as well.
• You program should loop performing nextPlay() until one of the players has won or
until there are no more cards.
• When a player plays, the player matches the discard card with the the first possible
match. I.e., the players should keep their hands in the order the cards were added
and should scan the cards oldest to newest, until a match is found. This is different
from the Assignment 2 version.
• The game ends as soon as a player runs out of cards or draws the last card.
Output
The output is very similar to Assignment 2. Your program should output each players move
after they play. The format is:
Name Hand: Move
where Name is the player’s name, Hand is the player’s hand after the player’s turn is done,
and Move is either DRAW or the card played by the player, depending on whether the player
had to draw a card or was able to play a card from their hard. For example, if Alice plays
B8, and has the hand R2 G3 B5 Y8, output
Alice R2 G3 B5 Y8: B8
and if Bob cannot play and has the hand R8, output
Bob R8: DRAW
After the game ends output
Name is the winner!
if the player wins, or
That was fun!
if the game ran out of cards. Hint: The toString() method for the Player class does most
of this.
Example Input
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Alice Y3 Y7 Y8 B1 B7
Bob R8 Y1 G4 G8 B8
Carol R3 R4 R7 Y6 B5
Dave R2 G5 B6 Y5 G3
B3
G2 Y4 R1 G1 Y2 G6 B4 R5 G7 R6 B2
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Example Output
Alice Y7 Y8 B1 B7: Y3
Bob R8 G4 G8 B8: Y1
Carol R3 R4 R7 B5: Y6
Dave R2 G5 Y5 G3: B6
Alice Y7 Y8 B7: B1
Bob R8 G4 G8: B8
Carol R3 R4 R7: B5
Dave R2 Y5 G3: G5
Alice Y7 Y8 B7 G2: DRAW
Bob R8 G8: G4
Carol R3 R7: R4
Dave Y5 G3: R2
Alice Y7 Y8 B7: G2
Bob R8: G8
Carol R3 R7 Y4: DRAW
Dave Y5: G3
Alice Y7 Y8 B7 R1: DRAW
Bob R8 G1: DRAW
Carol R7 Y4: R3
Dave Y5 Y2: DRAW
Alice Y7 Y8 B7: R1
Bob G1: R8
Carol Y4: R7
Dave Y5 Y2 G6: DRAW
Alice Y8 B7: Y7
Bob G1 B4: DRAW
Carol: Y4
Carol is the winner!
Submit Part 1 in Mimir on using the “Assignment 4 (Part 1)” project.
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Part II: Diversidad de Ochos Locos
We all know that different players have different strategies and preferences when playing.
For this part of the assignment, you will implement three additional player strategies by
subclassing the Player class. You will then extend the main program to use these new
strategies.
Note: Your starting point is your code from Part 1.
Create the ColorPlayer Class
The ColorPlayer is just like the regular player except that it will always prefer to match
color over number. For example, if the player has choice of matching color or number, it will
always choose color. You will need to override the findMatch(Card card) method so that
it does this.
Implement a subclass of Player called ColorPlayer that overrides the findMatch(Card
card) method. The method should return the first card in the player’s hand that matches
by color. If none of the cards match by color, it should attempt a regular match.
Create the NumberPlayer Class
The NumberPlayer is just like the regular player except that it will always prefer to match
number over color. For example, if the player has choice of matching color or number, it
will always choose number. You will need to override the findMatch(Card card) method
so that it does this.
Implement a subclass of Player called NumberPlayer that overrides the findMatch(Card
card) method. The method should return the first card in the player’s hand that matches
by number. If none of the cards match by number, it should attempt a regular match.
Create the StrategicPlayer Class
The StrategicPlayer is just like the regular player except that it will always prefer to match
in the same way as the rules for Part I in Assignment 2. That is, if it has choice of matching
by number or by color it will prefer to match by number. Otherwise, it will prefer to match
by color. If it does not have a choice of matching, it will attempt a regular match. You will
need to override the findMatch(Card card) method so that it does this.
Implement a subclass of Player called StrategicPlayer that overrides the findMatch(Card
card) method. If the method has more cards with the same number than with the same
color, it will match by number. Otherwise, it will match by color.
Implement Ochos Locos Diversity Using the Classes You Created
Write a Java program called OchosLocosDiversity.java by making a copy and extending
your OchosLocos.java The new addition is that each player will have one of the four strate6
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gies: player, color player, number player, or strategic player, and your program will need to
instantiate the correct player object. All the other code can be reused from Part I.
Input
Same as Part 1, except each play line also contains the strategy of the player. A player line
consists of the player’s name, strategy, and five (5) cards. The format is:
Name Strategy Card 1 Card 2 Card 3 Card 4 Card 5
where Strategy is one of C, N, S, B, where C denotes a ColorPlayer, N denotes a NumberPlayer, S denotes a StrategicPlayer, and B denotes the basic Player from Part 1. E.g.,
Alice S R1 B3 G8 G4 Y3
represents a player named Alice who should be represented by a StrategicPlayer object.
Please see the example at the end of this section.
Processing
Same processing as Part 1, except that each player will match according to their strategy.
Output
The same format as in Part 1.
Example Input
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Alice C Y3 Y7 Y8 B1 B7
Bob N R8 Y1 G4 G8 B8
Carol S R3 R4 R7 Y6 B5
Dave B R2 G5 B6 Y5 G3
B3
G2 Y4 R1 G1 Y2 G6 B4 R5 G7 R6 B2
Example Output
Alice Y3 Y7 Y8 B7: B1
Bob R8 G4 G8 B8: Y1
Carol R3 R4 R7 B5: Y6
Dave R2 G5 Y5 G3: B6
Alice Y3 Y7 Y8: B7
Bob R8 G4 G8: B8
Carol R3 R4 R7: B5
Dave R2 Y5 G3: G5
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Alice Y3 Y7 Y8 G2: DRAW
Bob R8 G8: G4
Carol R3 R7: R4
Dave Y5 G3: R2
Alice Y3 Y7 Y8: G2
Bob R8: G8
Carol R3 R7 Y4: DRAW
Dave Y5: G3
Alice Y7 Y8: Y3
Bob R8 R1: DRAW
Carol R3 R7: Y4
Dave: Y5
Dave is the winner!
Submit Part 2 in Mimir on using the “Assignment 4 (Part 2)” project.
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Part III: Ochos Locos Completos
For the last part of this assignment you will add the 8-card and the 2-card rules described
in Assignment 2.
Note: Your starting point is your code from Part 2.
Create the FullGame Class
The FullGame class is a subclass of the Game class that implements the rules for the 8-card
and 2-card rules. You will need to override the nextPlay() method so that it does this.
Implement a subclass of Game called FullGame that overrides the nextPlay() method.
The method implement the 2-card and 8-card rules from Assignment 2.
Note: You may need to add additional methods to other classes, depending on your
approach.
Implement Ochos Locos Complete Using the Classes You Created
Write a Java program called OchosLocosComplete.java by making a copy and extending your OchosLocosDiversity.java The minor change is that OchosLocosComplete.java
should use FullGame rather than Game. I.e., the change to from OchosLocosDiversity.java
to OchosLocosComplete.java is literally one line of code, that instantiates FullGame instead
of Game.
Input
Same as Part 2.
Processing
Same processing as Part 2, with the following rules:
• If an 8 is played, the player sets the color to be whatever they have the most of. If
there is a tie, the preference order is red, yellow, green, blue. e.g. red is preferred over
yellow.
• If a 2 is played, the next player should play the first 2 in their hand (if possible). If
the player does not have a 2, they miss their turn and need to pick up twice as many
cards as the number of twos that have just been played.
For example, if Alice plays a 2, Bob plays a 2, Carol must pick up 4 cards and miss
her turn if she does not have a 2.
For another example, if Alice plays a 2, Bob picks up 2, Carol plays a 2, then Dave
only has two pick up 2 because the previous 2s were not consecutive.
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Output
The same format as in Part 1, except the following: If the card played by player is an 8,
print out (in parentheses) the color chosen by the player after the card that they played. For
example, suppos Bob plays R8, and chooses (G)reen, the corresponding output is:
Bob Y1 G4 G8 B8: R8 (G)


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