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#1 Maverich40

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Posted 29 February 2020 - 10:27 PM

Too much time on my hands clearly ;-|}

 

Here is what we did with a program discovered on youtube for a Casio fx 7000G (decent machine for it's time)!

 

http://dpaste.com/24D1KSQ

 

Original notes still included....

 

What would be nice, is if someone could break down exactly how that Mandelbrot Algorithm is designed...

what is each section doing? Why is Label 7 (Line 70) abandoned... Clearly it was an incomplete work-in-progress.

 

On a much more serious, and higher-end FreeBASIC program using actual Complex #s:

https://i.imgur.com/O4wTnZe.png and https://i.imgur.com/m8EsMGa.png

 

All of this inspired by fx 7000G

 

//Mav40//

 



#2 Hlib2

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Posted 01 March 2020 - 11:26 AM

A very interesting and more complex program for building fractals is available
in CASIO cfx-9850gb_plus (black edition) in the built-in application library. There, the shape of the image can be set by a special parameter, and the construction is performed in three colors.





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