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3. BEGIN
4.     Dyad[] fleetMembers // declare fleetMembers as an array of Ball
5.     integer total = 5 // Max number of squares in fleet
6.
8.     BEGIN
9.         fleetMembers = new Dyad[total] // create an empty array with 5 "locations"
10.         FOR (integer i = 0, i < total, i = i + 1) // loop: carry on whilst i is less than 5, add 1 each cycle
11.             fleetMembers[i] = new Dyad()  // create a Ball object for location [i] in the array
12.             fleetMembers[i].setX (i * 10) // multiply i by 10, and pass this to the setX method
13.             fleetMembers[i].setY (i * 10) // multiply i by 10, and pass this to the setY method
14.         END-FOR
15.     END
16.
17.     public void draw()
18.     BEGIN
19.         FOR (integer i = 0, i < total, i = i + 1) // loop: carry on whilst i is less than 5, add 1 each cycle
20.             fleetMembers[i].draw()    // ask fleetMember[i] to draw itself
21.         END-FOR
22.     END
23.
24.     public void goSouth(integer howFar)
25.     BEGIN
26.         FOR (integer i = 0 i < total i = i + 1) // loop: carry on whilst i is less than 5, add 1 each cycle
27.             // ask fleetMember[i] for its current Y position
28.             // then add howFar (howFar to go south) to it
29.             // then pass this to the setY method
30.             fleetMembers[i].setY (fleetMembers[i].getY() + howFar)
31.         END-FOR
32.     END
33. END // end of class
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