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14.02.2012
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The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] executes given L-system code and generates fractals on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (lowercase letters) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

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[[The script->http://js1k.com/2012-love/demo/1066]] that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] executes given L-system code and generates fractals on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (lowercase letters) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

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!!! User's Discoveries

!!!! Swiss Cross by [[Forrest Oliphant->http://forresto.com/]]

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iters: 6

angle: 90

start: "x-ff-x"

x: "xf+fx-ff-xf+fx"

@]

09.02.2012
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Changed lines 23-27 from:

iters:5

angle:45

start:"X"

X:"+ff++f++f--f++f++ff"

f:"fff[-ffX][+fX]"

angle:45

start:"X"

X:"+ff++f++f--f++f++ff"

f:"fff[-ffX][+fX]"

to:

iters: 5

angle: 45

start: "X"

X: "+ff++f++f--f++f++ff"

f: "fff[-ffX][+fX]"

angle: 45

start: "X"

X: "+ff++f++f--f++f++ff"

f: "fff[-ffX][+fX]"

09.02.2012
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!!!! Fractal of Love by me

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iters:5

angle:45

start:"X"

X:"+ff++f++f--f++f++ff"

f:"fff[-ffX][+fX]"

@]

09.02.2012
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:''X''@@[=:=]@@ @@"@@''Y''@@"@@: A ~~rewriting~~ rule. In each iteration all ''X''s in the current string are substituted with ''Y''s.

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:''X''@@[=:=]@@ @@"@@''Y''@@"@@: A rewrite rule. In each iteration all ''X''s in the current string are substituted with ''Y''s.

09.02.2012
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The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] ~~generates~~ given L-system code on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (lowercase letters) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

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The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] executes given L-system code and generates fractals on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (lowercase letters) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

09.02.2012
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:@@angle[=:=]@@ ''Θ'': The turning angle in degrees~~. For example, 60 or 90~~.

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:@@angle[=:=]@@ ''Θ'': The turning angle in degrees.

09.02.2012
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:''X''@@[=:=]@@ @@"@@''Y''@@"@@: A rewriting rule. In each iteration all ''X''s in the current string ~~is~~ substituted with ''Y''s.

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:''X''@@[=:=]@@ @@"@@''Y''@@"@@: A rewriting rule. In each iteration all ''X''s in the current string are substituted with ''Y''s.

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!!!! Koch ~~curve~~

to:

!!!! [[Koch snowflake->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koch_curve]]

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iters: ~~6~~

to:

iters: 5

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start: "f"

to:

start: "f--f--f"

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!!!! ~~Sierpinski~~ ~~triangle from Wikipedia~~

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!!!! [[Dragon curve->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_curve]]

Changed lines 31-35 from:

iters: ~~8~~

angle:~~60~~

start: "~~f~~"

~~f~~: "~~g-f-g~~"

~~g~~: "~~f+g+f~~"

angle:

start: "

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iters: 12

angle: 90

start: "fX"

X: "X+Yf+"

Y: "-fX-Y"

angle: 90

start: "fX"

X: "X+Yf+"

Y: "-fX-Y"

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!!!! ~~Fractal~~ ~~plant from Wikipedia~~

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!!!! [[Gosper curve->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gosper_curve]]

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iters: ~~6~~

angle:~~25~~

start: "~~+++X~~"

X: "~~f~~+~~[[X]~~-~~X]~~-~~f[~~-~~fX]~~+~~X~~"

~~f~~: "~~ff~~"

angle:

start: "

X: "

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iters: 5

angle: 60

start: "Xf"

X: "X+Yf++Yf-fX--fXfX-Yf+"

Y: "-fX+YfYf++Yf+fX--fX-Y"

angle: 60

start: "Xf"

X: "X+Yf++Yf-fX--fXfX-Yf+"

Y: "-fX+YfYf++Yf+fX--fX-Y"

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!!!! ~~Fractal~~ ~~plant by [[Adrian Mariano~~->http://~~www~~.~~nahee~~.~~com~~/~~spanky~~/~~www/fractint/lsys/plants.html~~]]

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!!!! [[Moore curve->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore_curve]]

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iters: 7

angle: 90

start: "L"

L: "-Rf+LfL+fR-"

R: "+Lf−RfR−fL+"

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!!!! [[Sierpinski triangle->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpinski_triangle]]

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angle: 90

start: "L"

L: "-Rf+LfL+fR-"

R: "+Lf−RfR−fL+"

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!!!! [[Sierpinski triangle->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpinski_triangle]]

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angle: ~~18~~

start: "~~+++++X~~"

~~X~~: "f~~[+X]f[~~-~~X]+X~~"

~~f~~: "~~ff~~"

start: "

to:

angle: 60

start: "f"

f: "g-f-g"

g: "f+g+f"

start: "f"

f: "g-f-g"

g: "f+g+f"

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!!!! ~~Another~~ ~~fractal ~~plant ~~by~~ ~~Adrian Mariano~~

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!!!! Fractal plant from [[Wikipedia->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L-system#Example_8:_Fractal_plant]]

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iters: ~~4~~

angle:~~22.5~~

start: "+++~~+F~~"

~~F~~: "~~FF-~~[-~~F+F+F~~]~~+~~[~~+F~~-~~F-F~~]"

angle:

start: "+++

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iters: 6

angle: 25

start: "+++X"

X: "f+[[X]-X]-f[-fX]+X"

f: "ff"

angle: 25

start: "+++X"

X: "f+[[X]-X]-f[-fX]+X"

f: "ff"

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!!!! ~~Spacefilling~~ ~~tile~~

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!!!! Fractal plant by [[Adrian Mariano->http://www.nahee.com/spanky/www/fractint/lsys/plants.html]]

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iters: ~~7~~

angle:~~36~~

start: "~~Q~~"

~~P~~: "~~--FR~~++~~++FS--FU~~"

~~Q~~: "~~FT++FR----FS++~~"

~~R:~~ ~~"++FP----FQ++FT"~~

S: ~~"FU--FP++++FQ--"~~

T: ~~"+FU--FP+"~~

U: "~~-FQ~~++~~FT-~~"

angle:

start: "

S:

T:

U:

to:

iters: 8

angle: 18

start: "+++++X"

X: "f[+X]f[-X]+X"

f: "ff"

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!!!! Another fractal plant by Adrian Mariano

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iters: 4

angle: 22.5

start: "++++f"

f: "ff-[-f+f+f]+[+f-f-f]"

angle: 18

start: "+++++X"

X: "f[+X]f[-X]+X"

f: "ff"

@]

!!!! Another fractal plant by Adrian Mariano

[@

iters: 4

angle: 22.5

start: "++++f"

f: "ff-[-f+f+f]+[+f-f-f]"

09.02.2012
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Changed lines 7-8 from:

The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] generates given L-system code on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (~~@@F@@~~ ~~and @@G@@~~) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

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The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] generates given L-system code on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (lowercase letters) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

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!!!! ~~Right-angled ~~Koch ~~Curve from Wikipedia~~

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!!!! Koch curve

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iters: ~~4~~

angle:~~90~~

start: "~~F~~"

~~F~~: "~~F~~+~~F−F−F~~+~~F~~"

angle:

start: "

to:

iters: 6

angle: 60

start: "f"

f: "f+f--f+f"

angle: 60

start: "f"

f: "f+f--f+f"

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start: "~~F~~"

~~F~~: "~~G~~-~~F~~-~~G~~"

~~G~~: "~~F~~+~~G~~+~~F~~"

to:

start: "f"

f: "g-f-g"

g: "f+g+f"

f: "g-f-g"

g: "f+g+f"

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X: "~~F~~+[[X]-X]-~~F~~[-~~FX~~]+X"

~~F~~: "~~FF~~"

to:

X: "f+[[X]-X]-f[-fX]+X"

f: "ff"

f: "ff"

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!!!! Fractal plant by [[Adrian Mariano->http://www.nahee.com/spanky/www/fractint/lsys/]]

to:

!!!! Fractal plant by [[Adrian Mariano->http://www.nahee.com/spanky/www/fractint/lsys/plants.html]]

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X: "~~F~~[+X]~~F~~[-X]+X"

~~F~~: "~~FF~~"

to:

X: "f[+X]f[-X]+X"

f: "ff"

f: "ff"

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!!!! Spacefilling tile

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iters: 7

angle: 36

start: "Q"

P: "--FR++++FS--FU"

Q: "FT++FR----FS++"

R: "++FP----FQ++FT"

S: "FU--FP++++FQ--"

T: "+FU--FP+"

U: "-FQ++FT-"

!!!! Spacefilling tile

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iters: 7

angle: 36

start: "Q"

P: "--FR++++FS--FU"

Q: "FT++FR----FS++"

R: "++FP----FQ++FT"

S: "FU--FP++++FQ--"

T: "+FU--FP+"

U: "-FQ++FT-"

09.02.2012
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!!!! Fractal plant by [[Adrian Mariano->http://www.nahee.com/spanky/www/fractint/lsys/]]

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iters: 8

angle: 18

start: "+++++X"

X: "F[+X]F[-X]+X"

F: "FF"

@]

!!!! Another fractal plant by Adrian Mariano

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iters: 4

angle: 22.5

start: "++++F"

F: "FF-[-F+F+F]+[+F-F-F]"

!!!! Fractal plant by [[Adrian Mariano->http://www.nahee.com/spanky/www/fractint/lsys/]]

[@

iters: 8

angle: 18

start: "+++++X"

X: "F[+X]F[-X]+X"

F: "FF"

@]

!!!! Another fractal plant by Adrian Mariano

[@

iters: 4

angle: 22.5

start: "++++F"

F: "FF-[-F+F+F]+[+F-F-F]"

09.02.2012
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!!!! ~~Right-angled~~ ~~Koch curve~~ from Wikipedia

to:

!!!! Sierpinski triangle from Wikipedia

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iters: ~~4~~

angle:~~90~~

angle:

to:

iters: 8

angle: 60

angle: 60

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F: "F+~~F−F−F~~+F"

to:

F: "G-F-G"

G: "F+G+F"

G: "F+G+F"

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!!!! ~~Sierpinski~~ ~~triangle~~ from Wikipedia

to:

!!!! Fractal plant from Wikipedia

Changed lines 40-44 from:

iters: ~~8~~

angle:~~60~~

start: "~~F~~"

~~F~~: "~~G-~~F-~~G"~~

G: "F+~~G+~~F"

angle:

start: "

G: "

to:

iters: 6

angle: 25

start: "+++X"

X: "F+[[X]-X]-F[-FX]+X"

F: "FF"

angle: 25

start: "+++X"

X: "F+[[X]-X]-F[-FX]+X"

F: "FF"

09.02.2012
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(:if userlang en:)

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:title L-system Fractal Generator for js1k:)

For general information on Lindenmayer systems, please see [[the related Wikipedia article->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L-system]].

The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] generates given L-system code on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (@@F@@ and @@G@@) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

An L-system code consists of the following lines.

:@@iters[=:=]@@ ''n'': The number of iterations. The more iterations performed, the more detail is achieved and the more time is spent.

:@@angle[=:=]@@ ''Θ'': The turning angle in degrees. For example, 60 or 90.

:@@start[=:=]@@ @@"@@''S''@@"@@: The initial axiom. The computation starts with string ''S''.

:''X''@@[=:=]@@ @@"@@''Y''@@"@@: A rewriting rule. In each iteration all ''X''s in the current string is substituted with ''Y''s.

!!! Examples

!!!! Right-angled Koch Curve from Wikipedia

[@

iters: 4

angle: 90

start: "F"

F: "F+F−F−F+F"

@]

!!!! Right-angled Koch curve from Wikipedia

[@

iters: 4

angle: 90

start: "F"

F: "F+F−F−F+F"

@]

!!!! Sierpinski triangle from Wikipedia

[@

iters: 8

angle: 60

start: "F"

F: "G-F-G"

G: "F+G+F"

@]

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:if userlang tr:)

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:title js1k için L-system Fraktal Üreteci:)

Bu sayfanın Türkçesi hazır değil.

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:if:)

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:title L-system Fractal Generator for js1k:)

For general information on Lindenmayer systems, please see [[the related Wikipedia article->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L-system]].

The script that I wrote for [[js1k contest->http://js1k.com/2012-love/]] generates given L-system code on the screen. It supports turning (@@+@@ and @@−@@), drawing (@@F@@ and @@G@@) and push/pop (@@[=[=]@@ and @@[=]=]@@) operators.

An L-system code consists of the following lines.

:@@iters[=:=]@@ ''n'': The number of iterations. The more iterations performed, the more detail is achieved and the more time is spent.

:@@angle[=:=]@@ ''Θ'': The turning angle in degrees. For example, 60 or 90.

:@@start[=:=]@@ @@"@@''S''@@"@@: The initial axiom. The computation starts with string ''S''.

:''X''@@[=:=]@@ @@"@@''Y''@@"@@: A rewriting rule. In each iteration all ''X''s in the current string is substituted with ''Y''s.

!!! Examples

!!!! Right-angled Koch Curve from Wikipedia

[@

iters: 4

angle: 90

start: "F"

F: "F+F−F−F+F"

@]

!!!! Right-angled Koch curve from Wikipedia

[@

iters: 4

angle: 90

start: "F"

F: "F+F−F−F+F"

@]

!!!! Sierpinski triangle from Wikipedia

[@

iters: 8

angle: 60

start: "F"

F: "G-F-G"

G: "F+G+F"

@]

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:if userlang tr:)

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:title js1k için L-system Fraktal Üreteci:)

Bu sayfanın Türkçesi hazır değil.

(:comment ----------------------------------------------------------------- :)

(:if:)