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Fractal Planet IX
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Description: "Mandelbrot" set of a complicated function combination I invented.

The first function works with z = x + iy in polar form (r, θ), basically switching the argument and modulus and normalising them.

The second function changes z thus:
x -> 1 / (x + sin y);
y -> 1 / (y + cos y)
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