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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)!




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




#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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