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How to make card game like rummy card game.

 
Ganesh Gothi
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I am working on some project , like rummy card game , I want to use java applet for developing this game, and also graphics, panels, label will be used for this. So please tell me what will be the best way that I can developed my application, please give me the way.........please help me I am confused.
I have make one java applet for this card game, but its not working properly that I want, now I want to make applet from scratch, and I am using 104 cards images for play this game, maximum six player will be play this game, card image will be drag and drop and many more so please help me to find out right way.
 
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Please TellTheDetails
Vague questions like help me, its not working dont really help us help you.

What exactly are you trying to do, what have you tried, and where are you stuck.
 
Ganesh Gothi
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My applet
Please check the above URL, and click play game
I have developed this applet and the full code is:


I have facing many problem.
1) Applet is refreshing when a card image is dragged and move.
2) My drag image from the deck(In middle) is not removing when I am drop this image anywhere.
3) I am not dragging card from its position properly where the card is draw.
So please give me solution of this otherwise please tell me any other way with applet that I can developed error less application, I have may tried to solve the above pointed problem but not solved properly, please help me.........
 
Ganesh Gothi
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So I cant post here......now
 
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Ganesh Gothi wrote:So I cant post here......now

Of course you can. But in case you dont get any answers and are wondering why, the link I provided should help you figure it out.
 
Ganesh Gothi
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Yes, you have provided the link is my own post but, I have solved those problem, now my new problem is in this post ,,, so please help me.
 
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No.
The link I was referring to was Please read BeForthrightWhenCrossPostingToOtherSites <=This is a link. Click to read
 
Ganesh Gothi
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OK I have read the article , now I will post my problem at one forums. ok
So which forum, I can submit my problem, please tell me.
 
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> So which forum, I can submit my problem, please tell me.

whichever forum/site you choose, be aware that 470 lines of code is 400+ lines too many.
no-one, at any forum/site is interested in your whole program.

you need to isolate a specific problem by writing a separate program that deals with only that issue,
keeping the code as lean as possible e.g. you have 104 images, if your problem is loading the images,
there is absolutely no need to post code that loads all 104 images - all that is needed is code to load
a single image - if you can get one image loaded, the rest should follow.
 
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What Michael is referring to is often also termed SSCCE
 
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