SAIL - A one little problem

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SAIL - A one little problem

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Post by Morphid » Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:42 am

Hey, guys! I need some help.

I need a function that sorts indexes in the array according to the situation. I have 3 buildigns... I need to get them inside the array.. BUT!... First index will be a building that has the least of life. You have these buildings:

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arr[1] - Building 1: 580 lives
arr[2] - Building 2: 720 lives
arr[3] - Building 3: 1000 lives
Suddenly the enemy attacks to your base and building 3 needs repair more, than its sisters. The Building 1 is a little repaired.

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arr[1] - Building 1: 880 lives
arr[2] - Building 2: 720 lives
arr[3] - Building 3: 350 lives
Now, the Building 3 must be first and the Building 1 must be last. And now, I need a function for this.

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Re: SAIL - A one little problem

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Post by Gwrhkhsh » Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:32 am

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var a1, a2, b, i;
begin
   a1 = [580, 720, 1000]; a2 = [880, 720, 350];
   b = FilterAllUnits([[f_side, #side], [f_type, unit_building]]);

   for i = 1 to b do SetLives(b[i], a1[i]);

      // after the attack
      for i = 1 to b do SetLives(b[i], a2[i]); 
end;
I think that is what you need. If there are more buildings, just replace the filter in b with a list of the ones that should change.
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Re: SAIL - A one little problem

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Post by Morphid » Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:22 pm

I don't want to set lives of buildings... I explain it again ;)

I have... e.g. 3 buildings [b1, b2, b3] in array BUILDS, these buildings are not sorted by lives.

Damage status of buildings:

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builds[1]: b1 = 720 (lives)
builds[2]: b2 = 580 (lives)
builds[3]: b3 = 1000 (lives)
And now, I need a function (or anything else) which sorts these buildings [b1, b2, b3] in BUILDS (array) according to their status. The most damaged building will be first, the second most damaged building will be second... etc.

Array after a function:

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builds[1]: b2 = 580 (lives)
builds[2]: b1 = 720 (lives)
builds[3]: b3 = 1000 (lives)
[ Added: 12:22 Sunday, 30-01-2011 +00:00(UTC) ]

I think... it's one of these functions:

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SortListByListAsc(items:tvalue values:tvalue)

SortListByListDesc(items:tvalue values:tvalue)


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Re: SAIL - A one little problem

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Post by Radzio » Sun Jan 30, 2011 1:47 pm

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var buildsHealth;
...
buildsHealth:= [];
for un in builds do
  buildsHealth:= buildsHealth ^ GetLives(un);
builds:= SortListByListAsc(builds, buildsHealth);

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