Translating from JavaScript to Java (Simon wrote this post)

– Simon, where did you learn translating from JavaScript to Java?

– From Dan, of course! I’ve compared the two formulas for converting from 2D to 1D. (The width stands for the width of the canvas).

From 2D to 1D in Processing: x + y * width
and
From 2D to 1D in p5: x + y * width * 4

But, why did I say, “from 2D to 1D”? Because these formulas relate to the formula for converting from Processing to p5 and vice versa. How do they relate? Because of the 4 in the p5 formula. Why? Here is the formula (i is the index into the pixel array):

p5 to Processing: i / 4
Processing to p5: i * 4

For example, in the video I divide 365 (i) by 4 and get 91.25. Here I wrote a table of what the decimal place means:

Decimal Value Color Value
00 red
25 green
50 blue
75 alpha (transparency)

In the example with 91.25, the decimal value is equal to 25. This is why I wrote in Processing: color(51, 255, 51, 255)

So this is how I got the green value to Processing.

This post is really about converting from p5 to Processing and vice versa. That I figured out myself. You could say that I only explained that in this post, but really I explained that and converting from 1D to 2D. That’s why I added this form:

Converting from 1D to 2D
Converting from Processing to p5 and vice versaIMG_4268

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Simon writing this post in html

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Simon wrote this table in html

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