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                html, body {
  margin: 0;
  padding: 0;


                //Objects and Classes 7: Programming Digital Media

//Code by Matthew A. Bardin [2020]

//If you experimented with the previous code you will have noticed that we couldn't get multiple cicrles to appear on the canvas at once and behave independently. That will be rectified in this example. In order to achieve this we will have to add arguments to our class, similarly to when we create custom functions.

let circle1;
let circle2;
let circles = []
function setup() {
  createCanvas(400, 400);

  // when we make our new objects, we can list out the arguments in the parentheses like when using a function, but that is not all we have to do. We also need to tell our class what to do with all of this new information that we are giving it.
  circle1 = new Circle(100, 100, 100, "red"); //x, y, diameter, color
  circle2 = new Circle(200, 300, 50, "green");
  for(let i = 0; i < 30; i++) {
    circles[i] = new Circle(i * 10, i * 15, i * 2, "red")

function draw() {
  circles.forEach(circle => {
//   circle1.appear();
//   circle1.move();

//   circle2.appear();
//   circle2.move();

class Circle {
  // in the class we will pass the value fromt the arguments inside of setup() to the this. variables. This will allow us to create different objects using the same class. This is set up just like when aking functions. In this instance we are passing in 4 values, the x, y, diameter, and color of the object.
  constructor(x, y, diam, shade) {
    this.x = x;
    this.y = y;
    this.diam = diam;
    this.shade = shade;
    this.moveDir = 1;

  move() {
    this.x = this.x + this.moveDir;

    if (this.x >= width - 25) {
      this.moveDir = -1;
    } else if (this.x <= 25) {
      this.moveDir = 1;

  appear() {
    ellipse(this.x, this.y, this.diam, this.diam);

//Lastly, try to go in and create 2 more unique objects within this class. Give them unique values for the arguments so that the size, starting location, and colors are all different.