Join Anton Delsink for an in-depth discussion in this video Implement method ChessMove.Try, part of Object Oriented Programming with C#.
- [Instructor] Okay, so I'll leave the validation to you.…Let's set up the before and after variables.…So the beforeBoard is going to be the chessboard…before we make a move…and the after will be the chessboard after we make a move.…If result, as the incoming move,…has a board,…so result is not null, so the afterBoard.Clone…would be our beforeBoard.…So the incoming chess move result,…we're going to ask it when it was finished,…what did the board look like.…
So that's going to be our starting point.…Copy and paste.…Because then our…afterBoard is the one we're going to be modifying.…Now, the catch here is, Clone, of course,…is going to give us just something of type object…and so I do want to cast this.…It's going to be a two-dimensional array.…Again, I'll copy and paste.…And so now, we have result.After.Clone.…And so we'll get a copy of the board,…if there's a previous move, a copy of the board as it was…just before we did our part.…
Now, there is another catch here.…Result, of course, on the very first move, will be null…
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Skill Level Intermediate
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