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Old 19-09-2009
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JAVA how would I

can anyone tell me what an algorithm for the following situation would look like?

i need to make a program in which the user enters a city name and x and y coordinates. depending on how many cities are entered, a recursion algorithm is used to determine the distance between the cities.

like the following:

if the user enters 3 cities and their coordinates:

chicago x = 300 y = 500
miami x = 100 y = 100
toledo x = 10 y = 10

then the program takes the x and y values to find the distance between the cities so the out put would look like:

chicago to miami = 500 miles
miami to toledo = 180 miles
total miles = 680 miles



thank you in advance

Daren
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Old 21-09-2009
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Re: JAVA how would I

To measure the distance between the two cities, already there are classes and methods in java.awt that convert rectangular screen co-ordiantes to polar co-ordinates. To find out that you need to provide the appropriate class with (int x, int y, int delta-x, int delta-y) using city first(x,y) for the first two then city second(x,y) to the second pair of ints then call rectangular to polar and get magnitude on the result.
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