Chapter 10. Algorithms

 

“Lather. Rinse. Repeat.”

 
 -- Unknown

Where have we been? Where are we going?

Our friend Zoog had a nice run. Zoog taught us the basics of the shape drawing libraries in Processing. From there, Zoog advanced to interacting with the mouse, to moving autonomously via variables, changing direction with conditionals, expanding its body with a loop, organizing its code with functions, encapsulating its data and functionality into an object, and finally duplicating itself with an array. It is a good story, and one that treated us well. Nonetheless, it is highly unlikely that all of the programming projects you intend to do after reading this book will involve a collection of alien creatures jiggling around the screen (if they do, ...

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