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won0c
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2011/10/19

Simulation for FloodFill Algorithm

You have to click the Run Button at first.
then, Click the cells which you want to make islands.

You can use 1st toggle switch to select 'start' or 'end'.
and, 2st to select 'stack' or 'queue'.

Have fun, and I want you to enjoy your Computer Science.

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Tags: simulation korea algorithm floodfill stack fill data flood queue structure

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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Wed Oct 19 11:55:47 UTC 2011
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Wed Oct 19 11:56:34 UTC 2011
danpostdanpost

2011/10/30

It would be nice if 'End' could be programmatically found and set; and have the 'Stack/Queue' switch remove only the water, so the user would not have to re-enter the islands again (and hope it is at least close to what he/she had before), only changing them at their discretion.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Nov 03 13:23:48 UTC 2011
NirmalaNirmala

2014/8/18

can i download ur scenario sir, i want to make a game using this Algorythm , i'll credit u for sure ^^

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