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Is there a C/C++ based version of a program like Processing?


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#1 n3Xus   Members   -  Reputation: 845

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 06:11 PM

I'm using Processing ( http://processing.org/ ) to quickly visualize some algorithms etc...

The problem is that it is java based, which means no operator overloading so writing long equations with 2d/3d vectors using "a.add(b.sub(c.mul(d)),a),..." is getting kinda annoying.

Are there any C/C++ (or in any language with more natural math syntax) based tools like Processing?

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