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[[Drawing Lines]]
 
[[Drawing Lines]]
 
==Scotland==
 
==Scotland==
<question height="90" width="150" imgOut="flag.png" className="Raster" title="Scotland">
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<question height="90" width="150" imgOut="flag.png" className="Raster" title="Scotland" cols='40'>
 
The cross of St. Andrew shows diagonal lines on a blue background.<br/>
 
The cross of St. Andrew shows diagonal lines on a blue background.<br/>
 
*Complete the flag by drawing the other diagonal line.
 
*Complete the flag by drawing the other diagonal line.

Revision as of 08:28, 28 April 2008

Interactive Programming Tutorials - Drawing flags using lines. You may want to look at: Drawing Lines

Scotland

The cross of St. Andrew shows diagonal lines on a blue background.

  • Complete the flag by drawing the other diagonal line.
  • The white lines should be slightly thicker - try 18.

Flagscotland.png



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England

The English flag is the cross of St. George. This is a red cross on a white background.

  • The line thickness should be 18.

Flagengland.png



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Botswana

The flag of Botswana has a black stripe on a white stripe on a blue background.

Flagbotswana.png
  • The flag is 150 by 100
  • The white stripe has width 30
  • The black stripe has width 20
  • The pale blue has rgb: 110,184,237



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Trinidad and Tobago

We can start and end lines outside the confines of the surface. Flagtrinidad.png



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