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Isosceles Triangle by incrementing the line width

Submitted on: 12/23/2018 12:56:37 PM
By: Eddie Bole 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     A by product of the simple tree maker program. I was able to make filled Isosceles Triangles by incrementing the line width. Could possibly be useful in making simple filled triangular trees for a simple game scene. Enjoy.

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12/23/2018 7:52:53 PMEddie Bole

One could increment the colour of each horizontal line to colour in each tree. Also realised upon reflection that it would probably be better to use vertical lines instead of horizontal ones to produce narrower triangles.
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12/23/2018 8:14:45 PMEddie Bole

The vertical lines could be used in conjunction with the Pythagoras Rule.
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