VB:Flags with Lines Tutorial

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Interactive Programming Tutorials - Drawing flags using lines. You may want to look at: [../ht50Graphics/200Lines.xml How to draw thick lines.]


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 thinner - try 20.


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

  • The line thickness should be 18.


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  • The flag of Greece has 5 blue stripes and 4 white stripes.
  • Each stripe has width 40.
  • Note that we let the computer do the arithmetic. Each stripe should

be 80 pixels below the previous one.

  • The expression 20+i*80 - where i is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 gives the

height of the middle of each blue stripe.

  • The expression 60+i*80 - where i is 0, 1, 2, 3 gives the

height of the middle of each white stripe.

  • You must include another two blue stripes and four white stripes.



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Trinidad and Tobago

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


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