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Regular Polygon Draw Final Update 1.04

Submitted on: 1/17/2019 11:39:37 PM
By: Eddie Bole 
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
Views: 2683
     A program to draw regular polygons by forming triangles. Designs can be auto filled and rotated. Now has alternating colour fills. Enjoy.

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1/6/2019 3:05:56 PMPaul Bahlawan

Hi Eddie, you should check out the Polygon API, you can make regular, irregular, and abstract polys!
Private Declare Function Polygon Lib "gdi32" (ByVal hdc As Long, lpPoint As POINTAPI, ByVal nCount As Long) As Long
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1/6/2019 11:08:59 PMEddie Bole

I really liked Opal's code, so I wanted to share with everyone. Yes I need to play around with the Polygon Api. Rod Stevens from Vb/C# Helper seems to be the expert on it I still have got much to learn. I just enjoy applying maths principles to create different types of graphics. I noticed you are also a member at VB forumns. Plenty of examples to learn from there as well.
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