very very cool, ++. on a related but somewhat diffrent note, has anyone on here read the book Chaos in Wonderland
, dont remember the author. it had lots of very neat fractal theory and some very good pictures as well. in the back it talked about a certain chaos theory algorithm that created some extremely beatiful pictures. years ago i wrote a Qbasic program to recreate the images (before my perl days) and would like to know if anyone else knows what im talking about, i think i will try to redo the program in perl and post it
i found my old program and rewrote in perl using Image::Magick, it is here if interested Kings Dream
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