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    No, no, it means he/she used a recursive algorithm in order to find an apartment and thanks to that he/she succeeded.

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    I discovered this thread tonight, had to join the fun

    Wow, what a fun thread. I had fun tonight playing with your guys code!!! Thanks.

    My Fun:
    'Press SpaceBar to make new trees, ESC to Exit
    Uses "ui", "math"
    #INCLUDE "abc.inc"
    OpenWindow 800, 600
    SetHandleDC hdc, hwnd
    Dim depth As Long
    Boolean cnt = FALSE 
    
    Sub MainDraw(x1, y1 As Long, angle As Single, d As Long)
        Dim x2, y2 As Long
        If d > 0 Then
            x2 = x1 + Cos(DegToRad(angle)) * d * Rnd(5, 12)
            y2 = y1 + Sin(DegToRad(angle)) * d * Rnd(5, 12)
            Select Case Rnd(1,3)  
                Case 1 : DrawLine x1, y1, x2, y2, d, Rgb(180-d*10, 100-d, 100)  
                Case 2 : DrawLine x1, y1, x2, y2, d, Rgb(180-d*10, 90-d, 75)
                Case 3 : DrawLine x1, y1, x2, y2, d, Rgb(180-d*10, 80-d, 50)
            End Select
            If cnt = TRUE Then 
            'DrawPoint(x2,y2,Rnd(5,20),Rnd(5,20),Rgb(0, 255-(d*25), 0)) 
            DrawCircle(x2,y2,Rnd(5,20),Rnd(1,11),Rgb(0, 255-(d*25), 0))
            EndIf
            'Canvas_Redraw  'uncomment this if you want to see the tree draw
            MainDraw(x2, y2, angle - 20, d-1)
            MainDraw(x2, y2, angle + 20, d-1) 
            cnt = TRUE
        End If
    End Sub  
    
    Randomize
    Do
        Canvas_Clear &HFFF8F8 
        DrawPoint(0,550,800,50,Rgb(0, 175, 0)) 
        For depth = 1 To 10000
            SetPixel(Rnd(0,800),Rnd(550,600),Rgb(Rnd(50,200), Rnd(50,255), 0))
        Next
        depth = Rnd(8, 10)
        MainDraw(400, 600, -90, depth)
        Canvas_Redraw 
        cnt = FALSE
    Loop While Asc(Canvas_WaitKey) <> 27
    Canvas_Window End hwnd
    
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Pretty stylish tree, I like this modern art


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