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A* and Dijkstra's algorithm - Pathfinding toy

Started by mazhat, December 16, 2017, 05:25:40 PM

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Something I made for school, but I think you guys would like this.
The interface is not very well programmed, but it works (just barely).




Controls:
H- Change algorithms (From A* to Dijkstra and back)
C- Clear the board
LClick- Block Tile
RClick- UnBlock Tile
Enter/Return- Start the algorithm

Niches of these algorithms:
-Movement value is mathematically depressing: Going diagonally costs 1.4 units and not sqrt(2).
-You can always move diagonally to an open neighbor.

Remember to extract the file before running.
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