ChristmasCard

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ChristmasCard
ChristmasCard.jpg
Author(s) Nat
Extends AdvancedRobot
Targeting None
Movement Behind-the-snow
Current Version 2009
Code License Proprietary
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please run robocode with -Ddebug=true to allow unlimited painting. 2009.1 version draws much more than it is allowed to. Trust me, I have tried everything to increase the execution speed!

Background Information

What's special about it?
It's a just-for-fun robot, and it's a Christmas r-card (robot-card) that I want to send to all robocoder!
How competitive is it?
No more than Target.


Additional Information

Can I use your code?
No, although I'll release the source code aon New Year Eve Accidentally include the source in last release, and too lazy to repack it. So here you go, it is Proprietary. I only release source code for you to look at. You are allow to decompile this robot if you don't want to wait till New Year Eve.
What other robots/applications is it based on?
I wrote it from scratch.
Can you give me some detail about the card?
Well, you have to watch it yourself. Here is some extra information I don't think you will know without decompile my robot.
  • It does adjust the colour base on your local system time.
  • It changes the text base on the date. (at least today (26th) and tomorrow (27th) won't have the same text)
  • It won't draw anything if it isn't in the holiday season (Dec 1 - Jan 15)
  • I recommend you to run it together so both robot run and hide in snow.
That's all I'm going to give you.

Version History

  • 2009.1
    • Now snows do stay on the tree instead of just falling!
  • 2009
    • First release
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