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Fractal Japh

by liverpole (Monsignor)
on Jul 29, 2007 at 01:40 UTC ( #629358=obfuscated: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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      use  Tk       ;   ($                   "=   q        \$  +;
       W) i(s      -9o ),B                  )$,} n$      p90)=2+$
    ...
       /,  q+rp     +)x160;                   $_=join      //,map
       {$h {$_      }} sort                  keys %h       ;s  /N
       / /xg;     eval  #l                   iv   er      po  le
    
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        fractal.pl  4 #s
    
             -or-
    
        fractal.pl  4  100,100,90:400,-90:400,-90:400,-90:400
    
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        .   => don't permute this portion of the line segment
        !   => go to next portion of line segment (next rule)
        A*B => specify next angle/distance for this portion
        ,   => go on to next angle/distance
        +   => complete journey to next point in line segment
    
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    fractal.pl  5  #t=.!60*1,+!.
    
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        .       # Do not change the first portion
        60*1,+  # Rotate 60 degrees away from the current
    ...
                #  to the next point beginning the next
                #  portion of the line segment.
        .       # Do not change the last portion
    
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        fractal.pl  4  #s=.!90,-90*.5,-90*1.5!.
    

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