December 10th, 2013, 05:02 PM
Draw pixel in C
I've got simulation of a gas in c, the prgram does diferent things and I would like it to be able to get on particle and put a pixel at its x,y every certain time.
My problem is that i program in c and use a mac, and i dont know any function that does that, i've read about putpixel( , , ) but its from graphics.h thats not suported on mac.
I would apreciate the help, thx guys. :)
December 10th, 2013, 08:26 PM
Maybe you could use opengl? I don't have a mac.
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December 10th, 2013, 08:53 PM
There's also a Mac forum here at http://forums.devshed.com/mac-help-118/
The description seems more OS-oriented, but most of the people there would have a Mac, so you might try posting there as well. Since that may be considered cross-posting, you might want to mention up-front that you've posted in two forums and why.
I also have near-zero Mac experience and my frustrations with trying to use iTunes only serve to make me want even less. I have heard of development environments for the Mac like Cocoa, but also that some may require using Objective-C.
What development environment are you using now? Just cc from the command line in a terminal? Or one that supposed GUI development? If it's a GUI developer, then I would recommend that you research how to do graphics in that GUI developer.