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//  $Id: physic.h 597 2004-04-20 17:58:12Z grumbel $
//  SuperTux
//  Copyright (C) 2004 Tobias Glaesser <>
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/** This is a very simplistic physics engine handling accelerated and constant
  * movement along with gravity.
class Physic

    /** resets all velocities and accelerations to 0 */
    void reset();

    /** sets velocity to a fixed value */
    void set_velocity(float vx, float vy);

    void set_velocity_x(float vx);
    void set_velocity_y(float vy);

    /** velocities invertion */
    void inverse_velocity_x();
    void inverse_velocity_y();

    float get_velocity_x();
    float get_velocity_y();
    /** sets acceleration applied to the object. (Note that gravity is
     * eventually added to the vertical acceleration)
    void set_acceleration(float ax, float ay);

    void set_acceleration_x(float ax);
    void set_acceleration_y(float ay);

    float get_acceleration_x();
    float get_acceleration_y();

    /** enables or disables handling of gravity */
    void enable_gravity(bool gravity_enabled);

    /** applies the physical simulation to given x and y coordinates */
    void apply(float frame_ratio, float &x, float &y); 

    /// horizontal and vertical acceleration
    float ax, ay;
    /// horizontal and vertical velocity
    float vx, vy;
    /// should we respect gravity in out calculations?
    bool gravity_enabled;

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