Just <hask...@justnothing.org> wrote: > I'm trying to get a grasp of netwire by implementing a bouncing ball > simulation and I'm failing. > The ball starts from the ground with a given velocity and when hitting > the ground the wire inhibits successfully. Now I'm kinda stuck. > > How can I make the ball bounce?
A very simple way to do this is to use integralLim_ instead of integral_. It allows the ball itself to handle the bouncing. A less invasive way (i.e. you can add it to your example) is to use the (-->) combinator: ball = integral_ 0 . integral_ 40 . (-9.8) aboveGround = require (>= 0) bouncingBall = aboveGround . ball --> bouncingBall While this gives you a bouncing ball, the ball will not follow real physics. Once the ball hits the ground, it will just start over with its original velocity. integralLim_ is the correct solution. Greets, Ertugrul -- Not to be or to be and (not to be or to be and (not to be or to be and (not to be or to be and ... that is the list monad.
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