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Game Attack Combos : WPF Hybrid Smart Client for Combo Calculations

, 23 May 2009
A WPF hybrid smart client for calculating attack combos in the Prince of Persia game.
GameAttackCombos_Src.zip
ComboServices
App_Data
ComboPackagesService.svc
GameAttackCombos.snk
Properties
GameAttackCombos.mdf
GameAttackCombos_log.LDF
Packages
PrinceOfPersia2008.gcp
PrinceOfPersia2010.gcp
PackageComboFiles
Properties
ServiceData
GameAttackCombosModel.edmx
Properties
GameAttackCombos.snk
Assets
Button Icons.design
Game Attack Combos Icon.design
Game Attack Combos Icon.ico
Prince of Persia 2008
Prince of Persia 2010
PrinceOfPersia2010Background.png
PrinceOfPersia2010Icon.png
PrinceOfPersia2008Background.png
PrinceOfPersia2008Icon.png
ComboClient
Game Attack Combos Icon.ico
Properties
Resources
Service References
Supporting
Themes
ComboServices
ComboPackagesService.disco
ComboPackagesService.wsdl
ComboPackagesService1.wsdl
configuration.svcinfo
configuration91.svcinfo
Reference.svcmap
app.manifest
ComboLogic
Properties
GameAttackCombos_Standalone.zip
Packages
PrinceOfPersia2008.gcp
PrinceOfPersia2010.gcp
Resources
PresentationFramework.Aero.dll
GameAttackCombos.exe
GameAttackCombos.Logic.dll
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Xml;

namespace GG.GameAttackCombos.Logic {
	
	/// <summary>
	/// Represents a button set for a platform. A button set is a named list of buttons that 
	/// form a graphical related set.
	/// </summary>
	public class ButtonSet {

		#region Properties

		/// <summary>
		/// The platform this button set belongs to.
		/// </summary>
		public string Platform { get; private set; }

		/// <summary>
		/// The name of this button set.
		/// </summary>
		public string Name { get; private set; }

		/// <summary>
		/// The dictionary of buttons that make up this button set, keyed by ID.
		/// </summary>
		public Dictionary<string, Button> Buttons { get; private set; }

		#endregion


		/// <summary>
		/// Initializes a new instance of ButtonSet.
		/// </summary>
		/// <param name="platform">The platform for this button set.</param>
		/// <param name="name">The name of this button set.</param>
		public ButtonSet(string platform, string name) {
			Platform = platform;
			Name = name;
			Buttons = new Dictionary<string, Button>();
		}

		/// <summary>
		/// Loads button sets from an XML document.
		/// </summary>
		/// <param name="document">The XML document that defines the button set.s</param>
		/// <returns></returns>
		public static List<ButtonSet> LoadButtonSets(XmlDocument document) {
			List<ButtonSet> ButtonSets = new List<ButtonSet>();

			// Read the button sets.
			XmlNodeList ButtonSetNodes = document.SelectNodes("ButtonSets/ButtonSet");
			foreach (XmlNode ButtonSetNode in ButtonSetNodes) {
				// Create a new button set and add it to the list.
				ButtonSet DefinedButtonSet = new ButtonSet(
					ButtonSetNode.Attributes["platform"].Value, 
					ButtonSetNode.Attributes["name"].Value
				);
				ButtonSets.Add(DefinedButtonSet);

				// Read the buttons for this button set.
				XmlNodeList ButtonNodes = ButtonSetNode.SelectNodes("Button");
				foreach (XmlNode ButtonNode in ButtonNodes) {
					// Create a new button and add it to the button set.
					Button DefinedButton = new Button(
						ButtonNode.Attributes["id"].Value,
						DefinedButtonSet.Platform,
						ButtonNode.Attributes["iconKey"].Value
					);
					DefinedButtonSet.Buttons.Add(DefinedButton.Id, DefinedButton);
				}
			}

			return ButtonSets;
		}

	}

}

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Matt Sollars
Web Developer
United States United States
I began programming on my Commodore 64 at around the age of 12. After migrating to DOS and then Windows, I decided to take on the Web. Several languages and platforms later, I have settled in with .NET nicely. I am currently the owner of a software consulting company and lead application developer for a learning-based technology consultation company.
 
The love of a finished application is usually at war with the desire to improve it as soon as it's released (they're never really finished).

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