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Fractal: Render Koch curve fractal images

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fractal 1.0Free for non-comm...4.0Algorithms, Graphics
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This class can be used to render Koch curve fractal images.

It takes a number of iteration levels to perform and renders a Koch curve fractal in an image of a given size.

The generated fractal image can be served as the current script output in JPEG format.

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According to Wikipedia, A fractal is generally "a rough or fragmented geometric shape that 
can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of 
the whole,"[1] a property called self-similarity.   

This PHP script draws a Koch Curve which is a type of Fractal. 
It simply takes an integer as the Koch Curve level and draws it as a jpeg image.
This image can be downloaded like any normal image.

You just need to have PHP GD library installed. You can try this application on my website
at [].

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File Role Description
Plain text file fractal.class.php Class fractal main class
HTML file index.htm Data Data entry form
Plain text file index.php Example Sample script consuming the Fractal class
Plain text file readme.txt Doc. Read Me

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Works on the demo site.
6 years ago (F Philip DeGeorge)