Drawing Many Shapes with Combination of Small Basic Shapes

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First published on MSDN on Jan 05, 2019

Authored by Nonki Takahashi


Small Basic Shapes has only four types of shapes - rectangle, ellipse, triangle and line. To draw more types of shapes, we can combine basic four shapes. But some calculation is needed for each case. So I started to write sample programs to draw many kind of shapes. And I finished first five. I also write a document "Drawing Shapes A-Z Notebook" about that.

This version of document contains following shapes.

Connected Circles ( JLD998 )


Round Triangle ( TBS366 )


Leaf ( SWQ334 )


Trapezoid ( RSQ369 )


Parallelogram ( QWF833 )


Enjoy Small Basic shapes!  Thanks.

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