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Description: i wrote the code for this one modify in the Mandelbrot equations
xx1 = (x1 * x1) - (y1 * y1) + xc
   yy1 = 2 * (x1) * (y1) + yc.
by adding other math to the program in the fractal loop.
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Keywords: hybide fractal visual basic 
Posted by: cubikman July 11, 2016, 06:43:35 PM

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