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    Default a good java chess program

    Anyone know of a good open-source java chess program? A google search returns applets. I'm just interested in viewing how its done right.

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    If you are just looking for that, download the applets from their urls and decompile them to see how they work..
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    this some class for chess code it containts the code of most chess rules

    this a download url:
    mihd.net/sud3vfy

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    I am afraid those applets have been obfuscated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Java Tip View Post
    If you are just looking for that, download the applets from their urls and decompile them to see how they work..

    I have one thing to clarify. If I download the applet, can I have class file there. I Mean are they allowed?

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    Yes, you may have them.... because they are in the specific url.... just like downloading .exe files or zip...

    If and only if you know their URLs....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rico16135 View Post
    Anyone know of a good open-source java chess program? A google search returns applets. I'm just interested in viewing how its done right.
    Open source is an excellent way to learn, but if you code the game yourself, maybe you can learn a few tricks you would not find in the open source. I wrote a chess game before from scratch. Ė Very challenging.

    Good luck rico16135 ;)
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    Ya, working your own code always the best way to learn. What I see there is, people start work from the end level, just looking the code at once.

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    Default JavABChess (a free open source java chess program)

    You might want to take a look at chess tournament games 1.e4, and at the bottom of the page, click on "javABChess program notes".

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