Everything is explained by running the Readme.p file.
Give it a try, make some of your own definitions. Sample definitions are contained in the Parameters.txt file.
- (10.35 KiB) Downloaded 130 times
wouldn't it make sense to use HIRES for that program (e. g. SHREB)?
Or does it not make sense because of memory limitations on a ZX81 (nowadays 32K or 56K RAM are often available at Zeddies)?
BTW: I COPY-ed the README.P-output via ZeddyNet into a file on my PC to have the "manual" available while other programs are running on the Zeddy:
The program is available on Fred's site
as well as here...
http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/inde ... 81/Various
However, it doesn't work very well in emulators for reasons Fred explains. I guess I could try fixing that if there's any interest.
I was mainly interested in making a "stock" ZX81 version. In someways I prefer the more dramatic displays.
There's another HI-RES project I've been working on that use these LO-RES LSYS images, maybe I'll post that next week.
But works great on real ZX81 (my ZX81 laptop), even with modern displays, when using a 16:9 display mode:GCHarder wrote:However, it doesn't work very well in emulators for reasons Fred explains.
It think it would enhace the program to have a document instead of the readme.p file. It would help to explain the various aspect of L-systems and show examples. Besides, reading ALL CAPS is not too easy to read.