# Fractals in Small Basic

There is a list of fractal programs in a blog article here. But, I'd like to update and summarize again about fractal programs in this post.

# Fractal Tree

I think this may be the first fractal program written in Small Basic. The program is listed in Small Basic Getting Started Guide.

# Dragon Curve

Last month, Kenneth Lee Taylor started posting fractal graphics and that codes to Small Basic Enthusiasts.  Following graphic is the first one of them.

# Sierpinski Triangle

This is another one by Kenneth.

# Mandelbrot

There are some programs drawing Mandelbrot set here.  Following screen shot is one of them written by Rene_Miner.

# Koch Curve

This program written by solongos has menu to choose some fractals.  This program is shared in this thread.

# Hilbert Curve

The last one is my program (CMN910).  This program is a good sample of recursive call.

# Other Resources

1. Wow! These are some fantastic examples!

2. Tryhest says:

hilbert curve analysis: WQM392
use mswheel to scroll through curve

3. YLed says:

the theory of fractals fascinates me !!
This fractal was first defined and drawn in 1978 by Robert W. Brooks and Peter Matelski as part of a study of Kleinian groups.
The first published picture of the Mandelbrot set, by Robert W. Brooks and Peter Matelski in 1978
see the set here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandelbrot_set#/media/File:Mandel.png

4. Nandakumar K says:

The first example of Fractal Tree has two sub- branches growing from every branch. Can anyone tell me how to write the code if I have to have three sub- branches from every branch?