Category : C Source Code
Archive   : MNDL.ZIP
Filename : MNDLEXTR.H

 
Output of file : MNDLEXTR.H contained in archive : MNDL.ZIP
/* EXTERNALS for MNDL.C */

char cbuf[100];
int debug = FALSE;
int verbose = FALSE;
int pause = FALSE;
int color = 7;
int gmode = 16;
int mode0 = 7;
int sxmax, symax, sxmin, symin, clrmax;
int mndlmax = 200;
int gxul = 320;
int gyul = 170;
int gbxsiz = 15;
int gbmov = 1;

double sar = 1.50000000;
double ar = 0;

char scrnfil[100] = "dummy";

PHFDAT ps;

CLCSV gcs = {0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, -2.0, -2.0, 2.0, 2.0};

SCRNDAT scrn[] = {
/* 4, 319, 199, 3, */ /* Require C/G points() routine */
/* 5, 319, 199, 1, */
/* 6, 319, 199, 1, */
13, 319, 199, 0x0F,
14, 639, 199, 0x0F,
15, 639, 349, 0x03,
16, 639, 349, 0x0F,
0, 0, 0, 0
};

char *usage[] = {
"\nMandelbrodt Set System \t\t\t\tCopyright 1988\n",
"Fractal Designs\t\t\t\t\t\t R. G. Jones\n",
"\t\t\t\t\t\t\tWashington, DC\n",
"Usage:\n\n",
"mndl [pn n n n][ds] INFILE...\n\n",
"Where:\n",
"\tp n...\tSpecify two boundary points in the Mandelbrodt Set\n",
"\td___\tSpecify a screen data filespec\n",
"\tan\tSpecify aspect ratio of screen [1.5]\n"
""
};

char *scrnhlp[] = {
"\r\t\t\t Mandelbrot Set System \t\n",
"\t\t\tCopyright 1988 R. G. Jones\t\n\n",
"\t\tScreen Controls\t\n\n",
"\t0\treset calculations to screen coordinates 0,0\n"
"\tw\tWrite current screen data to active file\n"
"\tr\tRead Screen data from current file\n"
"\td\tDebug toggle\n"
"\tp\tPause toggle\n"
"\tm\treset number of iterations for Mandelbrodt Set test\n"
"\ts\tShow current data\n"
"\tn\tNew; redraw the screen\n"
"\tc\tconvert current box to full screen\n"
"\tb\ttoggle cursor Box\n"
"\tother\tDisplay this message\n\n",
""
};




  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : MNDL.ZIP
Filename : MNDLEXTR.H

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