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Tag Archives: recursion
Draw a randomly colored Sierpinski octagon in C#
This example draws a randomly colored Sierpinski octagon. It’s basically the same as the example Draw a randomly colored Sierpinski pentagon in C# except it draws an octagon instead of a pentagon. See that example for most of the details. … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, fractals, graphics, recursion
Tagged C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, fractals, graphics, recursion, Sierpinski, Sierpinski octagon, Windows Forms programming
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New Book: The Modern C# Challenge
My latest book, The Modern C# Challenge, is now available. It’s a collection of 100 programming challenges that let you test your ability in a wide variety of programming topics, many of which are not usually covered in traditional programming … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, books, files, mathematics, puzzles
Tagged algorithms, books, C#, C# programming, combinations, cryptography, directories, dynamic programming, example, example program, factors, files, geometry, mathematics, permutations, prime factors, puzzles, randomization, recursion, simulations, statistics, The Modern C# Challenge, Windows Forms programming, yield
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Tile a board with colored trominoes in C#
The post Tile a board with trominoes in C# explains how to tile a board with a missing square with trominoes. This post shows how to color the trominoes so no two adjacent ones share the same color. The fourcolor … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, graphics, mathematics, recursion
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, colored trominoes, drawing, example, example program, graphics, induction, inductive proofs, mathematics, polyomino, polyominoes, proof, proofs, recursion, tromino, trominoes, Windows Forms programming
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Tile a board with trominoes in C#
Trominoes are polyominoes of order three. That means they are polygons made up of three equal sized squares joined at their edges. There only are two kinds of trominoes: three squares joined in a line and three squares joined in … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, graphics, mathematics, recursion
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, graphics, induction, inductive proofs, mathematics, polyomino, polyominoes, proof, proofs, recursion, tromino, trominoes, Windows Forms programming
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Draw a randomly colored Sierpinski pentagon in C#
The example Draw a colored Sierpinski pentagon in C# lets the user click on the parts of a Sierpinski pentagon to change their colors. Eddie Bole thought it would be interesting to color the larger pentagons in addition to the … Continue reading
Posted in drawing, fractals, graphics, recursion
Tagged C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, fractals, graphics, recursion, recursively, Sierpinski pentagon, Windows Forms programming
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Draw a colored Sierpinski pentagon in C#
The example Draw a Sierpinski pentagon in C# shows how to draw a Sierpinski pentagon. This example modifies that one so the user can click on pentagons to change their colors. To do that, this program takes a very different … Continue reading
Posted in drawing, fractals, graphics, recursion
Tagged C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, fractals, graphics, recursion, recursively, Sierpinski pentagon, Windows Forms programming
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Draw a Pythagoras tree fractal in C#
A Pythagoras tree (or Pythagorean tree) is a fractal tree built from squares. It starts with a square that forms the tree’s base. The program then makes the Pythagoras tree by recursively attaching two smaller branches to the original branch. … Continue reading
Posted in drawing, fractals, graphics, recursion
Tagged C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, fractals, graphics, Pythagoras tree, Pythagorean tree, recursion, Windows Forms programming
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Draw a Sierpinski pentagon in C#
In a Sierpinski pentagon, larger pentagons are recursively divided into five smaller pentagons with a sixth uncolored pentagon in the center. The following picture shows the first four levels of the resulting fractal. For this example, I decided to think … Continue reading
Posted in drawing, fractals, graphics, recursion
Tagged C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, fractals, graphics, recursion, recursively, Sierpinski pentagon, Windows Forms programming
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Write a TreeView into a tabdelimited file in C#
The example Load a TreeView from a tabdelimited file in C# shows how to load a TreeView control from a file. This example shows how to do the converse: write a TreeView control’s values into a file. The following SaveTreeViewIntoFile … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, controls, files, recursion
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, controls, example, example program, files, recursion, tabs, TreeNode, TreeView, Windows Forms programming
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Use branch and bound to find the highest value path through a twodimensional array of numbers in C#
This method is similar to pathfinding methods described in my books Essential Algorithms: A Practical Approach to Computer Algorithms and Interview Puzzles Dissected, Solving and Understanding Interview Puzzles. Follow those links for more information including tables of contents. The example … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, branch and bound, C#, C# programming, example, example program, mathematics, optimization, path, recursion, Windows Forms programming
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