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Posted 27 Jul 2009
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The beauty of fractals - A simple fractal rendering program done in C#

, 27 Jul 2009
A fractal rendering application demonstrating many .NET programming techniques.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Drawing;

namespace FracMaster
    public class Utils
        private Utils()


        static public int InterpolateColors(int s1, int s2, int weigth)
            Color c1 = Color.FromArgb(s1);
            Color c2 = Color.FromArgb(s2);

            byte red = (byte)(((int)c1.R + ((int)((c2.R - c1.R) * weigth) >> 8)) & 0xff);
            byte green = (byte)(((int)c1.G + ((int)((c2.G - c1.G) * weigth) >> 8)) & 0xff);
            byte blue = (byte)(((int)c1.B + ((int)((c2.B - c1.B) * weigth) >> 8)) & 0xff);

            return Color.FromArgb(red, green, blue).ToArgb();            

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About the Author

Zimmermann Stephan
Software Developer (Senior)
Austria Austria
I have started programming at the age of 13 on the commodore 64.

Ever since then I have been programming on many systems in many languages.

During the last 12 years I have been working as professional programmer in different companies and different areas.

Now I am working as freelancer programmer / consultant

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