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Sorry, I only speak English.





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@Zep
I know that N is the width and the height is (0.75 x N). But i dont know the value of N.
I only know the area and the height ratio.
Cheers
Cloughy





So what you are saying is solving 0.75*N*N = known_area
for N is a problem?
Did you consider dividing both sides by 0.75?
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yes N is a problem. Just to clarify, N*(0.75*N)=Known_area.
Cheers
Cloughy





Multiply out the brackets:
0.75*N^2 = A
0.75N^2 = A
Change subject:
N^2 = A/(3/4)
N^2 = (4/3)A
N^2 = 1.33A
N = (square root of)1.33A
Substitute:
A = 40000
1.33A = 53200
N = square root of 53200
N = 230.651252
Perhaps something like that?
modified on Sunday, March 8, 2009 7:40 AM





Thanks for the input, but no.
Once i get the width(N) and the height(0.75*N). If i multiply H x W then i would still get 40000 for my area.
What i really need is a squared root function, but more like a Rectangle root.
The most important factor, is N.
So if my area is 480000, then width(N) = 800 and the height(0.75*N)= 600.
So my window would need to be set at 800x600. BTW area is never constant. I always get the ClientArea size of the mdi control.
Cheers
Cloughy





Cloughy wrote: but more like a Rectangle root.
What is that
See my post below for an equation
Yusuf





Yusuf wrote: What is that
Oh didn't you notice, analogous to square roots, they recently introduced rectangular, circular, and diamond roots to determine the size of the corresponding shapes when given the area.
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oh, my bad.
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Nah. I was trying to lift the scientific character of this forum, now you had to butt in.
Next you'll claim 6.480740698407860230965967436088 is the solution root to most questions here.
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Well it is.





Computafreak wrote: Multiply out the brackets:
0.75*N*N^2 = A
No, you started out with wrong equation.
Shouldn't it be
A = h * w
A = N * .75N
A = .75 * N^2
A/.75 = N^2
N = sqrt(A/.75)
we know A = 480000
N = sqrt(480000/.75 )
N = sqrt(360000 640000)
N = 600 800
[edit] modified calculation error, thanks Computafreak[/edit]
Yusuf
modified on Sunday, March 8, 2009 7:53 AM





My bad; I misread the equation. I've edited my post. Either way, I didn't think that 480000/0.75 was equal to 36000. Did you accidentally multiply?





Computafreak wrote: I didn't think that 480000/0.75
my bad, a bug in my calculation.
480000/0.75 = 640000
Yusuf
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Sorry for the delay in responding. You have enough information to solve this. You have two equations and two unknowns. We know the area and the width to height ratio.
So:
1.) width * height = area
2.) height = 0.75 * width
so, substituting (2) into (1)
0.75 * width * width = area
Rearranging:
3.) width = sqrt(area/0.75)
Using your numbers as an example:
width = sqrt(480000/0.75) = 800
then putting this into the height constraint:
height = 0.75 * width = 0.75 * 800 = 600
So for the 480,000 example, width should be 800, height 600. So, just solve equation (3) for the width and then plug the width result into (2) to get the height.
modified on Saturday, March 14, 2009 8:31 AM






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Some photo effects you can see in this address are well explained in CG text books, like the dithering, mosaic and warping ones, but there are many effects there I have never seen in books, like pencil, drawing, painting and sketch.
About text and pattern effects, maybe it's even harder. They look like drawing with very complex procedural brushes matching directional fields or so. I couldn't find advanced enough explanations to achieve that result level.
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You could take a look at the Paint.Net source code.





I already made it. paint.net is too much simple. It has just the trivial.
I had a look at gimp source. It's much better than paint.net, but it's still far from what I want.
I'm afraid there is no so advanced people doing open source Computer Graphics software.
Anyway, I'm still looking for.





hi, there It's my first time to post a question here to ask for help because the problem is drving me crazy. Everyone who give a direct answer or redirecturl resources is appreciable.
here is the problem:
I decide to grab webpages from a website, what my policy is that I use a main thread to find many items in a page and i send each item to a thread to deal with. So this is a parallel mutithread problem. and I find out that the whole process stuck somewhere and the usage of the CPU climed up to 100%. here is the main code that i think is asscociated: <pre> HANDLE hSemaThr,hSema,hContent;
main(){
....Handle hCont=CreateFile(....); hSema=CREATESemaphore(0,1,1,0); hSemaThr=CREATEMUTEX(0,10,10,0);//this Semaphore is to control threadbuildings so that there are 10 threads in the process at most WHILE(regex_search(begin,end,stringmatch,r)){ string s=stringmatch[0]; begin=stringmatch[0].second;
WaitForSingleObject(hSemaThr,INFINITE); CreateThread(0,0,Grab,(void*)dc,0,0); } CloseHandle(hCont); }
void Grab(void* doc){
...... ......
WaitForSingleObject(hSema,INFINITE); if(!WriteFile(::hCont,lpBuf,(int)strlen(lpBuf),&lpN,0)){ cout < <"can't write file in thread" < <GetLastError() < <endl; //system("pause");
} ReleaseSemaphore(hSema,1,0);
WaitForSingleObject(hMutexThr,INFINITE); CanThr; ReleaseSemaphore(hSemaThr,1,0); } </pre> Can somebody help me! Thanks very much!




