[tool C] - lattice simulation test 2

A bowl of bean curd2022-06-23 18:02:19

Preface

The previous article provided a test method for testing dot matrix line drawing function, etc
【C Tools 】------ Lattice simulation test
But the disadvantages are obvious , The dot matrix with high resolution is too large in the way of printing blocks

So this time we use the method of drawing dots , The display is shown in the lower right part of the figure below :
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Use easyx Graphics library

In fact, there are only two graphic functions required :

  1. Draw a rectangular , That is, the drawing point of the dot matrix , A dot matrix picture points to 3*3, Actual fill 2*2, This leaves a gap between the points
void draw_point(int x,int y)
{

int x1, x2, y1, y2;
x1 = (x+1) * 3 - 1;
x2 = (x+1) * 3;
y1 = (y + 1) * 3 - 1;
y2 = (y + 1) * 3;
fillrectangle(x1, y1, x2, y2);
}
  1. Clear the canvas , Nothing to say , Clear the screen
void cleardevice();

Read bin file

Lattice data for display ,

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
// Open the file in binary 
std::ifstream infile("./bin.bin",std::ios::binary);
// Read the data ,256*160 Fixed resolution 
infile.read((char*)rBuf, 256*160/8);
// File close 
infile.close();

Finally, fill in the read data with dots according to the screen refresh method , Here is an example of a determinant refresh

 void run()
{

int i, j, k;
switch (Data_mode)
{

case MODE_1: // Determinant refresh 
for (i = 0; i < 20; i++)
{

for (j = 0; j < 256; j++)
{

for (k = 0; k < 8; k++)
{

if (byte_mode == 0)
{

if (reverse == 0)
{

if (!(show_buf[i * 256 + j] & (0x01 << k)))
{

draw_point(j, i * 8 + k);
}
}
else if(reverse == 1)
{

if (show_buf[i * 256 + j] & (0x01 << k))
{

draw_point(j, i * 8 + k);
}
}
}
else if (byte_mode == 1)
{

if (reverse == 0)
{

if (!(show_buf[i * 256 + j] & (0x80 >> k)))
{

draw_point(j, i * 8 + k);
}
}
else if(reverse == 1)
{

if (show_buf[i * 256 + j] & (0x80 >> k))
{

draw_point(j, i * 8 + k);
}
}
}
}
}
}
break;
}
}

end...


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