i need to know

how to use graphics in pascal. im learn pascal in school and the text book doesnt mention anything nor does my teacher know how to create grpahics. please email me.
stupidguy23@hotmail.com
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scrapdogCommented:
You didn't specify which version of pascal, so I am going to assume Turbo Pascal.

Since you are learning, the best thing to use for now is turtle graphics, because there is no red tape.

include this line in the beginning of your program:

uses graph3, crt;


Here are some commands of interest to you:

GraphColorMode;      turns on graphics mode
TextMode(c80);       restores to text mode
Forwd(xxx);          moves turtle forward xxx pixels
Back(xxx);           moves turtle back xxx pixels
TurnLeft(xxx);
TurnRight(xxx);      turns turtle xxx degrees
PenUp;
PenDown;             picks up or puts down turtles pen
Home;                returns turtle to home position
SetPenColor(x);      sets color to x
HideTurtle;
ShowTurtle;          hides or shows turtle

Check the help file for the graph3 unit for more commands.  Put your cursor over the "graph3" in your source code and press ctrl-f1 to get to it.

Demo program that draws a square:

program demo;

uses graph3, crt;

begin
  GraphColorMode;
  PenUp;
  Home;
  SetPenColor(1);
  PenDown;
  Forwd(100);
  TurnRight(90);
  Forwd(100);
  TurnRight(90)
  Forwd(100);
  TurnRight(90);
  Forwd(100);
  readln;
  TextMode(c80);
end.
 

For more advanced info on graphics, this site might help you:

http://magic.hurrah.com/~sabre/graphpro/


scrappy
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FuzzyLogicCommented:
Scrappy, I think it will help SG23 more if you will give him some information about graph.tpu unit (InitGraph() and all that stuff).
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scrapdogCommented:
I was considering doing that, but you can't dive right into it like you can with graph3.  I think graph3 is better for learning if you have never programmed graphics before.

Stupid:  If you are interested in using the graph.tpu unit, check it out in the help file.  There is more help on it than there is on graph3, but it is more technical.
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stupidguy23Author Commented:
Its think pascal and im sure the macs we use i kinda old (5 or more years at least). i'll be back with a version of think and the model of the mac.
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stupidguy23Author Commented:
and give me a url or site or something for more explainations and something to give my teacher for better understanding.
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scrapdogCommented:
I assumed you were using Turbo Pascal.  If you are using Think, I can't help you out, because I never used it!!  That URL I gave you will be of some help to you, as it covers some generic graphics concepts.  How you would implement this in Think, I don't know.  However, if I stumble across a site for using graphics w/ Think I will post it here or e-mail you.

scrappy

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