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Some Silly Cyclic Cellular Automaton

by YuckFoo (Abbot)
on Dec 22, 2010 at 00:20 UTC ( #878380=CUFP: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Cyclic_cellular_automaton with a few changes.

Adjust $COLS and $ROWS for terminal size...

YuckFoo

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; my $COLS = 80; my $ROWS = 60; my $SLEEP = .04; my $ITERS = 120; my @SCHEMES = ( ' ..::oo0088@@', ' .:o08@@80o:. ', '-<##>--<##>- ', ' .o@@@@@@@@o.', ' . o@o . o@o', '#### ++++ ', ); while(1) { my @chars = split('', $SCHEMES[rand(@SCHEMES)]); my $num = @chars; my $screen = new_screen($ROWS, $COLS, $num); my $backup = int(rand(2)); my $i; while ($i++ < $ITERS) { $screen = update($screen, $ROWS, $COLS, $num, $backup); show($screen, \@chars); select(undef, undef, undef, $SLEEP); } } #----------------------------------------------------------- sub update { my $s = shift; my $rows = shift; my $cols = shift; my $num = shift; my $back = shift; my $new; for my $r (0..$rows-1) { for my $c (0..$cols-1) { if (forward($s, $r, $c, $rows, $cols, $num)) { $new->[$r][$c] = ($s->[$r][$c] + 1) % $num; } elsif ($back) { $new->[$r][$c] = (($s->[$r][$c] - 1) + $num) % $num; } else { $new->[$r][$c] = $s->[$r][$c]; } } } return $new; } #----------------------------------------------------------- sub forward { my $s = shift; my $row = shift; my $col = shift; my $rows = shift; my $cols = shift; my $num = shift; for my $ri (-1..1) { my $r = ($row + $ri + $rows) % $rows; for my $ci (-1..1) { my $c = ($col + $ci + $cols) % $cols; ((($s->[$r][$c] + $num) - $s->[$row][$col]) % $num == 1) and return 1; } } return; } #----------------------------------------------------------- sub show { my $s = shift; my $chars = shift; for my $line (@$s) { print join('', map { $chars->[$_] } @$line), "\n"; } } #----------------------------------------------------------- sub new_screen { my $rows = shift; my $cols = shift; my $num = shift; my $s; for my $r (0..$rows-1) { for my $c (0..$cols-1) { $s->[$r][$c] = int(rand($num)); } } return $s; }

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Re: Some Silly Cyclic Cellular Automaton
by McDarren (Abbot) on Dec 23, 2010 at 12:45 UTC

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