Making a maze....
bokr at oz.net
Fri Nov 14 20:47:57 CET 2003
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 21:35:57 GMT, "Bernard Fields" <TalksLikeGargoyle at hotmail.com> wrote:
>As the title suggests, I'm trying to make a maze. Specifically, it's a
>top-down, 2-d maze, preferably randomly generated, though I'm willing to
>forego that particular aspect as this point.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'top-down.' Also, do you just want to show
(print and/or display) a maze, or do you want a representation that you
can "walk" through with a program?
>I've done many, many web-searches, but nothing that I've found so far has
>provided any clues....
It should not be that hard, but do you have any constraints on loops, islands,
where entry and exit are supposed to be, dimensions, connectivity (e.g. square cells
vs rooms and corridors of arbitrary shape, etc.)?
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