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Draw objects using Multithreaded

, 26 Dec 2002
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Program that draw objects using the concept of multithreading
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Introduction

This program that is written in C#.Net programming language is used for the purpose of drawing objects using the MultiThreaded concept. In this program the grid that is in the pictures will be shown and the user need to choose the shape that you want to draw (Circle or Rectangle), the size, the color, the number of threads (objects) and the speed. After the information selected start should be pressed to draw the object. Each object will be created by a new thread.

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Eyad Buhulaiga
Web Developer
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
Major: Computer Science
Computer Engineer
Process Information Unit
PCD/P&CSD
Saudi Aramco
+9654983466

Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralNice Effort PinmemberAisha Ikram31-Dec-02 18:38 
GeneralRe: Nice Effort PinmemberEyad Buhulaiga31-Dec-02 20:46 
GeneralRe: Nice Effort PinmemberAisha Ikram31-Dec-02 22:58 
QuestionWhy would you want to do this? PinmemberMarc Clifton30-Dec-02 14:00 
AnswerRe: Why would you want to do this? PinmemberEyad Buhulaiga31-Dec-02 21:01 

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