Advanced Graphics with the BBC Model B Microcomputer by Ian O. Angell, Brian J. Jones PDF

By Ian O. Angell, Brian J. Jones

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8. No data required. 9. Data required: Mode? Type the required value between 0 and 6. Do you want to alter colour settings? Type Y(es) or N(o) as appropriate. Alter LOGICAL colour? Type a mode-dependent integer that is defined to be an ACTUAL colour; that is, type an integer between o and 15. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. No data required. No data required. Data required: two integers Nand ST; try N = 14 and ST = 5. ', 'J', 'K' and 'M' move the worm. No data required. 15. No data required. 16. No data required.

9 ('rose'). Data required: the values of M and N. Use N ~ 30 and for the best results set M < N ~ 15. 10 ('main program' and 'circle'). No data required. 11 ('main program' and 'spiral'). No data required. When the spirals start to rotate you should stare at the screen for 30 seconds. The square appears to expand. 12 ('envelope'). Data required: an integer N. For best results take 2 ~ N ~ 30. 10 as a model). Data required: three integers A, B and D, where A>B> D. Choose HORIZ, VERT etc. so that the diagram fits on to the screen; that is, both HORIZ and VERT must be greater than 2· (A - B + D).

2. 3) is 'setorigin'; this enables us to move the coordinate origin by an amount XMOVEhorizontally and YMOVEvertically (distances in the scale of the coordinate system), so adjusting the (XORIG, YORIG) values. After such a move the plot pen moves to the pixel that contains the addressable point that is equivalent to the new origin. 3 REM setor;g;n DEF PROCsetoriginCXMOVE,YMOVE) 9620 XORIG=XORIG+XMOVE : YORIG=YORIG+YMOVE 963~ PROCmovetoC0,0) 960~ 961~ 9640 END PRO C We shall be in a position to draw straight lines after we have produced two further procedures: 'moveto' which moves the plot pen to a pixel equivalent of the point in coordinate space at one end of the line, and 'lineto' which draws the line by moving the plot pen from its present position (set by a previous call to 'setorigin', 'moveto' or 'lineto') to the pixel equivalent of the point on the other end of the line.

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