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I have a problem with my code, but I cannot figure out what it is. I am calculating the ticks left until my gun heat is 0, which should be (gunHeat / gunCoolingRate). Then I normalize this from 0 to 1 by dividing by the maximum possible ticks until gun heat equals zero (maxGunHeat / gunCoolingRate), but I am getting values of 1.4 and 1.3 sometimes. Here is my code:
double ticksUntilFire = (robot.getGunHeat() / robot.getGunCoolingRate()) / (Rules.getGunHeat(Rules.MAX_BULLET_POWER) / robot.getGunCoolingRate());
I know that is redundant, but I will optimize later. Anyone know what I am doing wrong?--AW 01:06, 3 June 2011 (UTC)
I believe that at the beginning of rounds, robots start out with a gun heat greater than that generated by a power 3 bullet. That could be your problem--CrazyBassoonist 01:31, 3 June 2011 (UTC)
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I also defended recently (which is why I now have some free time for robocode)! I love how robocode has led many people, myself included, to pursuing computer science.
I just wanted to thank everyone for their help with Robocode. Contrary to my previous beliefs, Robocode has proved quite practical. I basically wrote my college entrance essays about it, got the national merit scholarship writing about it, and just recently, got invited by MIT to the Battlecode finalist celebration merely for spending a few hours making a minRisk movement for Battlecode. Robocode is awesome! Thanks to everyone helping out with the Robocode community!
God bless you, AW
It is truly incredible how advanced the Robocode paradigm has become in a little over a decade. The only other game I can think of that has become such a precise art is Chess, and that has been around for a millennium!
Completely off-topic, Gil-galad's glaive is usually spelled "Aeglos" not "Aiglos."
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