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Here are fractals in GPL. This is not the first fractal program for the TI. I have "Fractal Explorer" from Steve Langguth, I don't know where it comes from. In the Lima user group disks, there is "mandelzoon" in 150B.DSK, "FLOGO" in 172A.DSK, "FRACT-NTSC" in 174A.DSK, and "FRACTALS" in 817.DSK. (I didn't try any of those). What is annoying with the Weiand's GPL assembler is that it doesn't compile floating point constants. Another problem is that there is no "integer to float" conversion routine (CIF) in the ROM. So I had to use floats for my counters. I started to convert the CIF function from the E/A cartridge to GPL, but it was to long. The next step is to implement the zooming function and save/load the result to a file. 2 ways to run it: FRACTALS/FRACTALT - EA5 program with Weiand's GPL simulator included (no hardware needed, slower) [email protected] - Compressed object file to load at GRAM >C000 with [email protected] (runs fine with classic99, check "Options/GRAM/>C000") I wanted to generate a GROM cartridge file: How do I convert a GPL object file to that? FRACTALS.zip