Summary of graphic primitives, Computer Graphics

Summary of Graphic Primitives

In this all section, we have illustrated the basic graphic primitives that are line, point and circle; we have also illustrated both practical and theoretical application of various algorithms associated to their generation. In the end of such section, we have emphasized on various seed fill and flood fill kind of polygon filling algorithms. The filling algorithms are fairly significant as they provide privilege to quickly fill colors in the graphics created through you.

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