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One of my favorite examples these days is Bresenham's line drawing algorithm. You pick up any first-year graphics book and they'll describe Bresenham's algorithm for drawing a line, and it's about five statements long, does what it does, and it's pretty simple. You go and you take a look at any industrial-strength implementation of Bresenham's algorithm and it's thousands if not tens of thousands of lines long. Why is it so big? Why is there all this complexity in what is really a very simple...
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9/23/2019

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