Match Resolution

## Match Resolution

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 Wed Sep 4 17:38:03 2019   by   overlord The match feature is very interesting. However, I'd like to be able to match maps a little bit better. There are lots of large lakes and islands that I cannot represent.How can I use a 48x24 (double resolution) match file? Trying to do this currently ignores the last half of the characters. Thu Sep 5 09:21:37 2019   by   Torben Currently, the maps for matching have fixed size.  I will consider changing that in the future.  Until then, the best you can do is try a lot of different seeds until you get something close to what you want. Thu Sep 5 16:21:54 2019   by   overlord Code snippet from the readmap() function in planet.c:----------------------------------------------------------------------  Width = 48; Height = 24;  for (j = 0; j < Height; j+=2) {    for(i = 0; i < Width ; i+=2) {      c = getchar();      switch (c) {      case '.': cl0[i][j] = -8; break;      case ',': cl0[i][j] = -6; break;      case ':': cl0[i][j] = -4; break;      case ';': cl0[i][j] = -2; break;      case '-': cl0[i][j] = 0; break;      case '*': cl0[i][j] = 2; break;      case 'o': cl0[i][j] = 4; break;      case 'O': cl0[i][j] = 6; break;      case '@': cl0[i][j] = 8; break;      default: printf("Wrong map symbol: %c\n",c);      }    }----------------------------------------------------------------------I've got two questions:- Why do you use 48x24 and increment by 2, instead of using 24x12 and incrementing by 1?- Why is the integer array (int c10[60][30];) initialized as 60x30? This means that the above readmap() function doesn't affect any points in the array past [48][24]. What about the indices between 48 and 60 in the x and between 24 and 30 in the y? Thu Sep 5 17:55:22 2019   by   Torben The increment of 2 is because I later interpolate the intermediate points.  The larger array size is "for historical reasons", i.e., I don't remember, but there probably was a different size once.  Parts of the program are 30 years old, so there is probably a lot of junk code.

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