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/** * Class to model a Denizen of a maze game. */ public class Denizen { p //Attributes private String name; private Room location; public int strength; public int tolerance; // Constructor /** Create a new Denizen, with name, location, strength, and tolerance. */ public Denizen (String name, Room location, int strength, int tolerance) { this.name = name; this.location = location; location.enter(); this.strength = strength; this.tolerance = tolerance; } //Queries /** What is your name? */ public String name() { return name;} /** Where are you? */ public Room location() { return location;} /** * How strong are you? */ public int strength () {return strength;} /** * How healthy are you? */ public int tolerance() {return tolerance;}
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Unformatted text preview: // Commands /** * Move to another room */ public void move (Room newRoom) { location.exit(); //Leave the old room. location = newRoom; location.enter(); //Enter the new room. } /** * Get hit. */ public void takeThat (int hitStrength) { tolerance = tolerance - hitStrength;} /** * Hit--er, poke--back. */ public void poke (Denizen opponent) { Room oppLoc = opponent.location(); if ((oppLoc!= null) && oppLoc.equals(this.location)){ opponent.takeThat(strength); } } /** * Represent the Denizen as a String. */ public String toString() { return "Denizen " + name + " at " + location + ", strength: " + strength + ", tolerance: " + tolerance; } }...
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