*URGENT* Tick Tack Toe in Java

tipoo

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I know this code is a steaming pile of crap but i need to get it fixed ASAP.



import java.io.*;
public class Ass9{
public static String GetString(){
String line=" ";
InputStreamReader input=new InputStreamReader(System.in);
BufferedReader reader=new BufferedReader(input);
try{
line=reader.readLine();
}
catch(Exception e){return line;}
return line;
}
public static void Output (String out){
System.out.println(out);
}
public static void OutputSame (String out){
System.out.print(out);
}

public static void InitializeBoard(String board[][]) {
for(int x = 0; x < board.length; x ++) {
for(int y = 0; y < board[x].length; y++) {
board[x][y] = "?";

}
}
}

public static void OutputBoard(String board[][]) {
for(int x = 0; x < board.length; x ++) {
for(int y = 0; y < board[x].length; y++) {
System.out.print(board[x][y] + " ");
}
System.out.print("\n");
}
}



public static void ChangeBoard(String board[][], int row, int col, String letter) {
board[row][col]=letter;
}





public static boolean CheckPosition(String board[][], String letter, int row, int col){

if(board[row][col].equals("?")){

return true;
}
else{

return false;
}

}

public static boolean CheckFull(String board[][], String letter, int row, int col) {
boolean full = false;
for(row = 0; row < board.length; row ++) {
for(col = 0; col < board[row].length; col++) {
return full;
}
}
}


public static boolean CheckVertical(String letter, String gameboard[][]){
for (int col=1; col<gameboard.length; col++){
if(gameboard[1][col].equals (letter)&&gameboard[2][col].equals(letter)&&gameboard[3][col].equals(letter)) {
return true;
}

}
return false;
}



public static boolean CheckHorizontal(String letter, String board[][]) {
for (int row=1; row<board.length; row++){
if(board[row][1].equals (letter)&&board[row][2].equals(letter)&&board[row][3].equals(letter)) {
return true;
}
else {
return false;
}
}
}



public static boolean CheckDiagonal1(String letter, String gameboard) {

for (int col=1; col<gameboard.length; col++){
if(gameboard[1][1].equals (letter)&&gameboard[2][2].equals(letter)&&gameboard[3][3].equals(letter)) {
return true;
}
else{
return false;
}
}
}

public static boolean CheckDiagonal2(String letter, String gameboard) {
for (int col=1; col<board.length; col++){
if(gamboard[1][col].equals (letter)&&gameboard[2][row].equalsletter&&gameboard[3][row].equals(letter)) {
return true;
}
else {
return false;
}
}
}


public static boolean CheckWinner(String board[][], String letter) {
boolean winnervertical = false;
boolean winnerhorizontal = false;
winnervertical = CheckVertical(board, letter);
winnerhorizontal = CheckHorizontal(board, letter);
if(winnervertical || winnerhorizontal) {
return true;
}
else {
return false;
}
}

//checks both winnervertical and winnerhorizontal to see if there are 3 of any kind in a row.







public static void main(String args[]){
String gameboard[][];
String letter = "X";
boolean winner = false;
gameboard = new String[4][4];
InitializeBoard(gameboard);
OutputBoard(gameboard);

int row=0;
int col=0;


InitializeBoard(gameboard);


while(!winner){
OutputBoard(gameboard);
Output("Where would you like to put your letter?");
OutputSame("row: ");
row=Integer.parseInt(GetString());
OutputSame("Col: ");
col=Integer.parseInt(GetString());

ChangeBoard(gameboard, row, col, letter);

CheckFull(gameboard, row, col, letter);


if(CheckPosition(row, col, gameboard)){
ChangeBoard(gameboard, row, col, letter);
}
if (letter.equalsIgnoreCase("X")){

letter="O";
}

else{
letter="X";
}

if(Checkfull(gameboard)){
break;
}


else {
Output("Please try again");
}

CheckFull(gameboard, row, col, letter);
CheckPosition(gameboard, row, col, letter);
ChangeBoard(gameboard, row, col, letter);

}


}
}
 

r_manic

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Cramming for a school project eh? :p Doesn't the Java dev kit have a tic-tac-toe applet built in? Maybe you can look at its source code?
 

Zenthar

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BTW, I think this forum supports the [ code ] markers for code which can make code much more readable. ex:
Code:
public static void InitializeBoard(String board[][]) {
   for(int x = 0; x < board.length; x ++) {
      for(int y = 0; y < board[x].length; y++) {
         board[x][y] = "?";
      }
   }
}
 

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