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    Image Knitter Program - Help requested

    Dear All,
    I need help from this forum. I am not an advanced user in VB6 but somehow create application that work. I need help programming the PORTRAIT KNITTER in VB-6 . I want to take the line coordinate and will automate a mechanism using Arduino hardware to make such portrait in real life.
    I searched the internet and found following C program:

    Can someone guide me please.
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    Re: Image Knitter Program - Help requested

    To my eyes, it looks like the math might be a bit complex, but I doubt there's actually that many lines of code that actually produce that vector image. Why don't you just translate it from C to VB6? It looks like a fun project to me.

    Just start with a Form1, and probably a Picture1, and start learning how to use the Line method on the Picture1. Be sure to turn AutoRedraw to True on your Picture1. And also, it'll probably be advisable for you to study up on the ScaleMode, ScaleWidth, and ScaleHeight properties.

    Good Luck,
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