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I've been trying to make a simple tracking game but I'm having trouble just setting up the basic game states. I'm hoping to use a finite state machine(FSM) to switch between screens but every article iv read about them is different and sometimes they leave out details, I couldn't understand it properly.
For example if I've two screens , Menu and Game screen. And in game I've to implement states for a simple tracking game. What would be a FSM look like to switch between them.??
but every article iv read about them is different and sometimes they leave out details, I couldn't understand it properly.
They are different because FSM are widely used, for different purposes.
There are not may details to understand. A finite state machine is a rather simple stuff. You should understand your scenarion, though.
By wild guess, you could do something like (or go with a more OO approach)
CPallini has given you a basic example for a FSM - you will understand that we're not here to provide ready solutions. You have formulated your game states - what stops you from extending that sample with that, or, at least trying?
I have programmed a MFC utility with some radio buttons on the main window.
When I click on a radio button the BN_CLICKED message is captured by the handler and does some task.
I have seen an unexpected behaviour: when I open another window (hard disk explorer, control panel, speaker volume and also a generic folder) and then I close it, the radio button clicks even I haven't clicked the mouse on the radio button.
I suppose that this is caused by my program's window that get the focus when I close the other window.
How can I block this behaviour?
This behavior is, or at least used to be, by design. When [de]activating the window, the radio buttons do not know that. All they know is that they got focus, and the behavior for radio buttons is to auto-select on focus.
I have read the WM_SETFOCUS page and now I disable all the radiobuttons when the window lose focus. This works but it seems a strange solution to me.
I wonder if there is a better way to solve the problem. I want to discard message from radiobuttons when they are launched by focus changes.
I just put together a dummy MFC app with four radio buttons, and an ON_BN_CLICKED() handler for each. With the app running, I open various other windows and then switch back to it, none of the four handlers are fired. Hmmmm
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they aren't fired because you switch from one window to another without have a focus on radiobutton.
If you click on a radio button with the mouse the radio button gets focus: if you switch frome one window to another you will see that the handlers are fired.
If you never click on radiobutton with mouse this doesn't happen.