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Fiddling with L-System (part 2)

DelphiTools – Part 1 left us with a large cryptic looking string (a recursively applied grammar applied to an axiom, for the purists). In part 2 we’ll go from that big string to a visual representation, by making use of that string as a set of commands for a turtle language. Turtle graphics came to fame in the days of Darwin’s voyage to the Galapagos the Logo programming language, and in many ways are the grand-daddy of vector graphics languages like SVG. For more details, read the turtle graphics article in wikipedia, it’s (at the moment) short and to the point. Turtle Graphics Language ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Eric @ 2012-08-13 08:01


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