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//******************************************************************** // RecursiveFractal.java Author: Lewis/Loftus // // Solution to Programming Project 11.10 // // Defines an abstract class that is the superclass of all the // recursive fractals. //******************************************************************** import java.awt.Graphics; abstract class RecursiveFractal { public static final int KOCH = 0, C_CURVE = 1; //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Returns the current fractal order. //----------------------------------------------------------------- public abstract int getOrder(); //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Sets the fractal order to the value specified. //-----------------------------------------------------------------
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Unformatted text preview: public abstract void setOrder(int order); //-----------------------------------------------------------------// Returns the maximum fractal order. //-----------------------------------------------------------------public abstract int getMaxOrder(); //-----------------------------------------------------------------// Returns the name of the fractal. //-----------------------------------------------------------------public abstract String getName(); //-----------------------------------------------------------------// Draws the fractal using the graphics context supplied by page. // The fractal's base is defined by the values in coordinates. //-----------------------------------------------------------------public abstract void draw(int coordinates, Graphics page); }...
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