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2014/4/19

Hangman

A standard hangman.

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Roshan123Roshan123

2021/10/7

Would u tell me what r the words omitted in Words class
Roshan123Roshan123

2021/10/7

And what is the difference between java. util. Random and Greenfoot. getRandomNumber()?
danpostdanpost

2021/10/7

The words omitted are the Hangman puzzle answers (not given for obvious reasons). Little difference between the two randoms. In fact, the method Greenfoot.getRandomNumber(int) uses java.util.Random in its implementation.
danpostdanpost

2021/10/7

As far as random, I used it here because I wanted to ensure a new random seed value each and every loading (greenfoot probably does it in a somewhat similar manner, but anyway ...).
Roshan123Roshan123

2021/10/7

I just asked the words to chea.... Whatever it may be, but the main thung is that how u got to know that Greenfoot.getRandomNubmer() is just a implementation of java.util.Random? Is their any api for all the methods of greenfoot(i mean how the methods are created and not the api which shows how to use it) If yes, plz share the link
danpostdanpost

2021/10/7

From source (comments are mine): ----------------- // importing class import java.util.Random; // creating Random object private static Random randomGenerator = new Random(); // using Random object public static int getRandomNumber(int limit) { return randomGenerator.nextInt(limit); }

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