Excellent - thanks so much for such a clear example.
On Oct 26, 2009, at 5:29 PM, steven citron-pousty wrote:doLoop is just a convenience method meant for calling things at the command line: don't do use it then. Instead of doLoop, you could just do something like this:
Thanks for your initial help - I got this running. The next problem I am running into is that since we use the doLoop to instantiate the class I don't have a handle to it nor can I pass in objects that I want to live on after the simulations are done.
MyApp app = new MyApp(System.currentTimeMillis());
for(int x=0 ; x < steps; x++) // steps is whatever you want. Or use some other stopping metric.
Seriously, that simple. The MASON simulation loop is intentionally simplistic. At any rate, at the end of all this, you have the app variable, holding your simulation.