C Program to impliment Fish Movement

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#include<stdio.h>
#include<time.h>
#include<conio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
#include<dos.h>
#include<graphics.h>
 
void main()
{
	int gd=DETECT,gm;
	int x=10,y=200,x1=675,y1=380;
	int stangle=35,endangle=140,radius=90;
 
	initgraph(&gd,&gm,"..\\bgi");
 
	while(!kbhit())
	{
		cleardevice();
		setbkcolor(BLACK);
 
		if(x<640)
		{
			x+=5;
			y+=1;
			arc(x,y,stangle,endangle+35,radius);
			arc(x,y-110,190,323,radius+2);
			circle(x+40,y-60,5);
			line(x-90,y-90,x-90,y-8);
		}
		else
		{
			x1-=5;
			y1-=1;
			arc(x1,y1,stangle-30,endangle+4,radius);
			arc(x1,y1-110,217,350,radius+2);
			circle(x1-40,y1-60,5);
			line(x1+90,y1-90,x1+90,y1-10);
		}
		setcolor(YELLOW);
		delay(90);
	}
	closegraph();
}

8 Responses to “C Program to impliment Fish Movement”

  1. how to fill the color in fish eyes and how to make the fish eye wink ??? can u help me

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  2. I worked on a cgdarirte emulator for the NES many years ago when I was just getting into FPGAs. had an FPGA, some flash, some SRAM, and card-edge connectors for NES, SNES & N64. We got the SNES and N64 working, and managed Tennis on the NES but with snowy graphics.The problem with NES of course is the asynchronous buses. Unfortunately we only had a single bus for the flash/SRAM on the board so the only option was to time-multiplex the two NES buses. We could generate a clock up to 80MHz on the board. I started looking at the timing in more detail but moved on to emulation of complete systems before I got to far into it. IIRC the access pattern on the CHR bus was actually less random than appeared on 1st glance and I deduced it would be possible to cache some data in the FPGA in order to reduce the number of accesses to flash/SRAM.I really should re-visit that project. I know a lot more about FPGA design now than I did back then. We got around 6 PCBS made and two boards assembled and it cost around AUD$1,000. Unfortunately we took a short-cut and used a custom DC-DC converter from another project and we have no more of those. Won’t make that mistake again! But the two boards should still be working.

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