use Math::Fractal::DLA::GrowUp; $fractal = new Math::Fractal::DLA::GrowUp; # Set the values of Math::Fractal::DLA $fractal->debug( debug => 1, logfile => FILE ); . . $fractal->setColors(5); # Generate the fractal $fractal->generate(); # Write the generated fractal to a file $fractal->writeFile();
Math::Fractal::DLA::GrowUp implements a DLA fractal which grows bottom up
Math::Fractal::DLA::GrowUp implements a DLA fractal which grows from the bottom of the image to the top. At the end the fractal looks like a very dense undersea vegetation.
Wolfgang Gruber, email@example.com
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Copyright (c) 2002 by Wolfgang Gruber. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.