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Source Codes 2012-05-31 22 weekly downloads
README.txt 2012-05-31 1.4 kB 11 weekly downloads
Eclipse.exe 2012-05-31 885.6 kB 11 weekly downloads
TO RUN ECLIPSE.EXE: 1. Download Executable animation Eclipse.exe 2. To play a sound as background music,place your fav. music as "loop.wav" in "C:" drive and run the exe file.. 3. screen capture it to make ur video.. DETAILS: SOURCE FILES: 1. Bezier Curve: This function allows you to input three points and draw curves between them.. 2. Boxer: This function draws wiggle lines inside a specified box boundary.. 3. Bresenham's Circle to array: This function creates a circle of desired radius using bresenham's logic. but the highlight is that, it assigns the points to an array in the order for drawing a continues circle.. 4. Circular: This function allows you to create a simple circle from the basic equation of a circle.. 5. Perpendicular: This function allows you to calculate the two opposite points which lies at a perpendicular distance from the middle point of a line joining two given points.. 6. Path Wiggle: Path wiggle needs some of the above functions so you can find it inside the main eclipse code. Just look for "void Wiggle(int x1,int y1,int x2,int y2,double d);" 7. the full ECLIPSE Code: Everything in one code.. REQUIREMENT: 1. For exe file: Windows OS... 2. Compile Source: Dev Cpp, WinBGIm, Need to add Winmm library to linker, to use PlaySound()..
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-05-31

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