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L-Systems Explorer - Free
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L-Systems Explorer - Free

L-systems are formal string rewriting systems introduced in 1968 by the botanist Aristid Lindenmayer to model the growth of plants. To produce pictures from L-systems, we need some method of translating the strings into drawing instructions. A common alphabet is F = {F,+,-[.]}, interpretations take forms such as : + Turn counterclockwise by a specified angle q - Turn clockwise by a specified angle q F Move forward one step while drawing a line [ Save position and angle ] Restore last position and angle Features: 1 You can use up to 5 rules. 2 Select from a set of 15 examples to start with. 3 The last set of instructions are saved, will be retrieved when the app is started or resumed. 4 The maximum number of instruction is limited to 10,000,000 (10 Millions). 5 Support of both portrait and landscape modes. I would like to thank Kevin Roast for allowing me to use his L-Systems library which made this implementation possible (www.kevs3d.co.uk/dev/index.html)
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