Independent programming and research project investigating recursively drawn fractals, file input/output, and user-defined objects and methods. Draws 14 types of fractals and includes documentation.
This was one of my first programming projects and was done in 10th grade IB Computer Science. I used Netbeans to code the project, which took about two weeks.
First, you choose which of the 14 types of fractals you want to draw.
Then you can draw each iteration of the fractal.
You can also change the color of the fractal, as well as the background.
Finally, you can save the fractal coordinates to a file.