Simulates a Lindenmayr-System.

Categories: cool, study-related

In February of 2006, our math-lecturer introduced us to the concept of L-Systems. It was a very cool feat and I thought it would be cool to write some code to visualize them. Hence I decided to to exactly that, using Python and wxPython.
Then in 2008, we covered L-Systems in yet another lecture. I decided to hand in this program as class project. But before that I added a few nice features (saving/loading L-System definitions to file and making screenshots) and wrote a some documentation. So there ya go :)

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Note that you also need Python and wxPython installed (the program was developed with Python 2.4 and wxPython 2.6).


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