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ID: 20104, Mandelbrot set drawing in C#Builder

by Valentino Kyriakides Email: Anonymous


This example demonstrates how to draw the Mandelbrot set with C#.
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Originally uploaded on Sat, 24 May 2003 06:51:03 GMT
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Description
C# Mandelbrot set drawing Demo for C#Builder
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This example demonstrates how to draw the Mandelbrot set with C#.

Development topics demonstrated in this example include:

1) Several C# graphics drawing capabilities.
2) How to perform rubber band like range selections with the mouse.
3) Using an array list as a bitmap and clipping section stack.


Compiling the demo
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Open the project group file Mandelbrot.bdsgroup and then build the project.

Running the demo
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Run Mandelbrot.exe.

Press the left mouse button and select with the rubber band rectangle (the rectangle needs to be choosen not too small for this task) some interesting area inside of the shown Mandelbrot set graphics. Perform this action several times in order to zoom into the Mandelbrot graphics. - Pressing the right mouse button always steps back in the stack hierarchy until the initial Mandelbrot drawing is shown up again.

Valentino Kyriakides

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