> I am new to fractal programming or is that generating....
These are two different terms: Programming
-- A set of coded instructions for insertion into a machine, in accordance with which the machine performs a desired sequence of operations. A procedure for solving a problem that involves collection of data, processing, and presentation of results. (Basically, to write computer type code that will do specified actions.) Generating
-- To bring into being; give rise to: generate a discussion. To form (a geometric figure) by describing a curve or surface. To produce by instructing a computer to follow given parameters with a skeleton program. (Another words, to render an image using values and formulas within a fractal "program".)
> .....its all right playing with someone formula but I do
> not know what I am doing, is there any free tutorials
> on how to make a fractal from scratch.
There are several available. Some come with the particular fractal application that one has downloaded, either as part of the HELP file, or as a separate document (PDF, DOC, TXT, HTML, etc...). Others are available online usually at the same location that is the main download site for the application, or from a link specified at the main site.
Then there are private websites where individuals create their own tutorials, tips, and useful information. Using something as simple as a search engine, with the keywords of the fractal application's name and the word "tutorial" will give links to such sites.
> Words I have found in parameter file are as follows
> (Global, builtin, init, loop, bailout, default and switch)
> but they do not mean anything to me.
Most of these words come from terms used by Programmers that write computer code, for example: Global
-- Of or relating to an entire program, document, or file. Something that can be used throughout the program and or formula, and not defined to a specific area or routine. Builtin
-- Constructed as part of a larger unit; not detachable. Forming a permanent or essential element or quality. Something that was created specifically for the program. Init
-- To set to a starting position or value. (Short for "initialize".) Loop
-- A sequence of instructions that repeats either a specified number of times or until a particular condition prevails. Default
-- A particular value for a variable that is assigned automatically by an operating system and remains in effect unless canceled or overridden by the operator. Switch
-- 1. The act or process of chaging from one thing to another.
2. A device, field, or value to allow the notification of intent from one thing to another. Bailout
-- To escape from a "loop", usually when a certain condition is met.
> So I need lots help.
Almost all of the above definitions are available in a standard dictionary (that is where I got them). If a physical one is not available, then there are several that can be found online. (Again, try a good search engine.)