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I accidentally created How do I request to delete it? - Bevo 18:43, 3 June 2007 (UTC)

  • {{db-r3}} works. -N 18:45, 3 June 2007 (UTC)
Place {{db-redirtypo}} (for a misspelled redirect) or {{db-author}} (for a page you created by mistake) on it. --ais523 18:46, 3 June 2007 (UTC)



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Bresenham's line algorithm[edit]

An implementation of Bresenham's line algorithm in C follows. The plot() function is not shown and is assumed to render a single point of the line in the chosen color. This variation produces solid lines of a uniform color.

void drawline2d(int x0, int y0, int x1, int y1, int color)
       int i;
       int steep = 1;
       int sx, sy;  /* step positive or negative (1 or -1) */
       int dx, dy;  /* delta (difference in X and Y between points) */
       int e;
        * inline swap. On some architectures, the XOR trick may be faster
       int tmpswap;
#define SWAP(a,b) tmpswap = a; a = b; b = tmpswap;
        * optimize for vertical and horizontal lines here
       dx = abs(x1 - x0);
       sx = ((x1 - x0) > 0) ? 1 : -1;
       dy = abs(y1 - y0);
       sy = ((y1 - y0) > 0) ? 1 : -1;
       if (dy > dx) {
               steep = 0;
               SWAP(x0, y0);
               SWAP(dx, dy);
               SWAP(sx, sy);
       e = (dy << 1) - dx;
       for (i = 0; i < dx; i++) {
               if (steep) {
               } else {
               while (e >= 0) {
                       y0 += sy;
                       e -= (dx << 1);
               x0 += sx;
               e += (dy << 1);

A slightly more optimized version of the above (might be a bit harder to read, though):

void drawline2d(int x0, int y0, int x1, int y1, int color) {
   int i;
   int sx, sy;  /* step positive or negative (1 or -1) */
   int dx, dy;  /* delta (difference in X and Y between points) */
   int dx2, dy2;
   int e;
   int temp;
   dx = x1 - x0;
   sx = (dx > 0) ? 1 : -1;
   if (dx < 0)
       dx = -dx;
   dy = y1 - y0;
   sy = (dy > 0) ? 1 : -1;
   if (dy < 0)
       dy = -dy;
   dx2 = dx << 1; /* dx2 = 2 * dx */
   dy2 = dy << 1; /* dy2 = 2 * dy */
   if (dy <= dx) { /* steep */
       e = dy2 - dx;
       for (i = 0; i <= dx; ++i) {
           plot(x0, y0, color);
           while (e >= 0) {
               y0 += sy;
               e -= dx2;
           x0 += sx;
           e += dy2;
   } else {
       /* swap x0 <-> y0 */
       temp = x0;
       x0 = y0;
       y0 = temp;
       /* swap dx <-> dy */
       temp = dx;
       dx = dy;
       dy = temp;
       /* swap dx2 <-> dy2 */
       temp = dx2;
       dx2 = dy2;
       dy2 = temp;
       /* swap sx <-> sy */
       temp = sx;
       sx = sy;
       sy = temp;
       e = dy2 - dx;
       for (i = 0; i <= dx; ++i) {
           plot(y0, x0, color);
           while (e >= 0) {
               y0 += sy;
               e -= dx2;
           x0 += sx;
           e += dy2;

An implementation of the Bresenham's line algorithm in python follows. It is translated from Bresenham's line algorithm C code, with some minor changes, notably: the points converted to integers, an optimization for where p1 and p2 are identical, returning a list of points instead of calling a plot() function.

def bresenham(p1,p2):
       """Returns a list of all points in a line between p1 and p2."""
       if p1 == p2: return [p1]
       points = []
       steep = True
       x0,y0, x1,y1 = map(int,(p1[0], p1[1], p2[0], p2[1]))
       dx = abs(x1 - x0)
       if (x1 - x0) > 0: sx = 1
       else: sx = -1
       dy = abs(y1 - y0)
       if (y1 - y0) > 0: sy = 1
       else: sy = -1
       if dy > dx:
               steep = False
               y0, x0 = x0, y0
               dy, dx = dx, dy
               sy, sx = sx, sy
       e = (dy << 1) - dx;
       for i in range(dx):
               if steep: points.append((x0,y0))
               else:     points.append((y0,x0))
               while e >= 0:
                       y0 += sy
                       e -= (dx << 1)
               x0 += sx
               e += (dy << 1)
       return points

An example of Bresenham's line algorithm in Visual Basic follows. The "Swap" procedure is not shown.

Private Sub BresLine(InitialX As Long, InitialY As Long, FinalX As Long, FinalY As Long)
   ' Bresenham's line algorithm for Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
   ' Implementation by Robert Lee <> July, 2002 Public Domain
   Dim Steep As Boolean
   Dim DeltaX As Long, DeltaY As Long, Delta As Long
   Dim StepX As Long, StepY As Long
   Dim Coord As Long
   Steep = False
   DeltaX = Abs(FinalX - InitialX)
   If (FinalX - InitialX) > 0 Then
       StepX = 1
       StepX = -1
   End If
   DeltaY = Abs(FinalY - InitialY)
   If (FinalY - InitialY) > 0 Then
       StepY = 1
       StepY = -1
   End If
   If DeltaY > DeltaX Then
       Steep = True
       Swap InitialX, InitialY
       Swap DeltaX, DeltaY
       Swap StepX, StepY
   End If
   Delta = (DeltaY * 2) - DeltaX
   For Coord = 0 To DeltaX - 1
       If Steep Then
           Me.PSet (InitialY, InitialX)
           Me.PSet (InitialX, InitialY)
       End If
       While Delta >= 0
           InitialY = InitialY + StepY
           Delta = Delta - (DeltaX * 2)
       InitialX = InitialX + StepX
       Delta = Delta + (DeltaY * 2)
   Next Coord
   Me.PSet (FinalX, FinalY)
End Sub

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