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Creating tic-tac-toe games based on HMI by using STM32

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charlesli

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I have a stone touch display as well as an STM32 and I want to use this touch display to make a simple tic-tac-toe game.
I'm a newbie in this issue of programming, I've been using the code-shared by others for my projects, and this time I want to finish an independent project by myself. Can anyone provide me with some help or ideas, please?
 

charlesli

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I have some ideas now, I want to set the first click must be o, the second click to take the opposite is x, after that loop this process, and then set the eight victory conditions.
I think maybe my idea works? Can anyone give a suggestion?
 

rjenkinsgb

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You don't say which exact display it is, but the Stone site has an example project with screen graphic interaction and an STM32:
**broken link removed**

That may be a good starting point to get the basics of the communications between the two parts.
 

charlesli

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You don't say which exact display it is, but the Stone site has an example project with screen graphic interaction and an STM32:
**broken link removed**

That may be a good starting point to get the basics of the communications between the two parts.
Yes, I have also seen its website with many examples of applications, I have read some of its articles and know how the display works, now maybe I need a logic or idea of the game.
 
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