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function run():Void{;
var sparksButton = Button{
text: "Sparks"
action: sparks
var fireballsButton = Button{
text: "Fireballs"
action: fireballs
var buttons = VBox{
translateX: 32
translateY: 32
spacing: 12
content: [sparksButton, fireballsButton]
Stage {
title: "Chapter 11"
width: 640
height: 480
scene: Scene {
fill: Color.BLACK;
content: [buttons, obstacles, particles]
function sparks():Void{
for (x in [1..64]){
radius: 4
translateX: x*10
translateY: 400
var emitter = SparkEmitter{
x: 640/2
y: 130
The function run sets up the scene and the buttons that present each example. The function sparks
is the entry point for this first example—it simply creates a number of Pegs and a SparkEmitter . The Pegs
create the line of circles seen in Figure 10-1, while the SparkEmitter specifies from where the sparks
should come. The Pegs are added by the function addWorldNode ; the Emitter is added by the function
addEmitter .
In this example an Emitter is not a JavaFX Node . It is just an object that controls when particles are
added, though it does specify where the particles are created. In Chapter 6 on particles, an emitter is a
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