Monthly Archives: June 2013

Visualizing the Mandelbrot Set with SFML: C Style

I use fractals as my “Hello World” when I want to explore graphics libraries. Since I’m learning SFML at the same time I’m learning C++ I figured it would be a good idea to explore different ways of doing the … Continue reading

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C++ Parent Class and Member Initialization

This is a small bit of code to remind me of what I learned today about how to pass values to a parent class, as well as initialize member variables in the child class constructor. The output is: ParentClass was … Continue reading

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Order Matters Inside of C++ Classes

Confession time: I’ve been putting some effort into learning C++, after years of swearing I’d stick with straight C. The push to C++ has been driven by SFML, which I’d really like to play with. The SFML documentation and samples … Continue reading

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Problems Re-sizing SFML RenderWindow

I’ve been using the newly-released SFML 2.0 as an excuse to learn C++. It’s been quite interesting. While messing around with the SFML graphics capabilities I found that I can’t seem to reliably re-size the SFML render window without the … Continue reading

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