C 言語関数:FloodFill サンプルコード

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TITLE : Write a graphical floodfill method in C# - C# HelperC# Helper
public void FloodFill(int x, int y, Color new_color).......
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TITLE : Write a graphical floodfill method in C# - C# HelperC# Helper
bm32.FloodFill(e.X, e.Y, RandomColor());.......
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TITLE : Miscellaneous Image Transformations — OpenCV 2.4.13.3 documentation
C++: int floodFill(InputOutputArray image, Point seedPoint, Scalar newVal, Rect* rect=0, Scalar loDiff=Scalar(), Scalar upDiff=Scalar(), int flags=4 )其.......
http://docs.opencv.org/modules/imgproc/doc/miscellaneous_transformations.html@highlight=floodfill
TITLE : Miscellaneous Image Transformations — OpenCV 2.4.13.3 documentation
C++: int floodFill(InputOutputArray image, InputOutputArray mask, Point seedPoint, Scalar newVal, Rect* rect=0, Scalar loDiff=Scalar(), Scalar upDiff=Scalar(), int flags=4 )其.......
http://docs.opencv.org/modules/imgproc/doc/miscellaneous_transformations.html@highlight=floodfill
TITLE : Miscellaneous Image Transformations — OpenCV 2.4.13.3 documentation
Python: cv2.floodFill(image, mask, seedPoint, newVal[, loDiff[, upDiff[, flags]]]) → retval, rect其.......
http://docs.opencv.org/modules/imgproc/doc/miscellaneous_transformations.html@highlight=floodfill
TITLE : Miscellaneous Image Transformations — OpenCV 2.4.13.3 documentation
C: void cvFloodFill(CvArr* image, CvPoint seed_point, CvScalar new_val, CvScalar lo_diff=cvScalarAll(0), CvScalar up_diff=cvScalarAll(0), CvConnectedComp* comp=NULL, int flags=4, CvArr* mask=NULL )其.......
http://docs.opencv.org/modules/imgproc/doc/miscellaneous_transformations.html@highlight=floodfill
TITLE : Miscellaneous Image Transformations — OpenCV 2.4.13.3 documentation
Python: cv.FloodFill(image, seed_point, new_val, lo_diff=(0, 0, 0, 0), up_diff=(0, 0, 0, 0), flags=4, mask=None) → comp其.......
http://docs.opencv.org/modules/imgproc/doc/miscellaneous_transformations.html@highlight=floodfill
TITLE : OpenCV: ffilldemo.cpp
cout << "\nThis program demonstrated the floodFill() function\n".......
http://docs.opencv.org/trunk/d5/d26/ffilldemo_8cpp-example.html
TITLE : OpenCV: ffilldemo.cpp
area = floodFill(dst, mask, seed, newVal, &ccomp, Scalar(lo, lo, lo),.......
http://docs.opencv.org/trunk/d5/d26/ffilldemo_8cpp-example.html
TITLE : OpenCV: ffilldemo.cpp
area = floodFill(dst, seed, newVal, &ccomp, Scalar(lo, lo, lo),.......
http://docs.opencv.org/trunk/d5/d26/ffilldemo_8cpp-example.html
TITLE : opencv/floodfill.py at master 揃 opencv/opencv 揃 GitHub
cv2.floodFill(flooded, mask, seed_pt, (255, 255, 255), (lo,)*3, (hi,)*3, flags).......
http://github.com/opencv/opencv/blob/master/samples/python/floodfill.py
TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
def floodfill(x, y, oldColor, newColor):.......
http://inventwithpython.com/blog/2011/08/11/recursion-explained-with-the-flood-fill-algorithm-and-zombies-and-cats/
TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
floodfill(x + 1, y, oldColor, newColor) # right.......
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TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
floodfill(x - 1, y, oldColor, newColor) # left.......
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TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
floodfill(x, y + 1, oldColor, newColor) # down.......
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TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
floodfill(x, y - 1, oldColor, newColor) # up.......
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TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
In this pseudocode example, surface[x][y] represents a pixel on some drawing surface (such as a window) of different pixels. You call the floodfill() function once with an X and Y coordinate, the color of the pixel you want to flood, and the new color that will flood the surface........
http://inventwithpython.com/blog/2011/08/11/recursion-explained-with-the-flood-fill-algorithm-and-zombies-and-cats/
TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
Then the floodFill() function is called again, this time on the coordinate (0, 0) (which is the top left corner of the field, and outside the X's) with the s character. The text field then looks like this:.......
http://inventwithpython.com/blog/2011/08/11/recursion-explained-with-the-flood-fill-algorithm-and-zombies-and-cats/
TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
Here’s an example. Notice the addition of a list (which we use as a stack) and the lack of recursive function calls (i.e. the floodfill() function never calls floodfill()):.......
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TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
def floodfill(x, y, oldColor, newColor):.......
http://inventwithpython.com/blog/2011/08/11/recursion-explained-with-the-flood-fill-algorithm-and-zombies-and-cats/
TITLE : Recursion Explained with the Flood Fill Algorithm (and Zombies and Cats) - The Invent with Python Blog
This function does the same thing that the recursive version of floodfill() does, but with a stack instead of recursion. This is possible because recursion is really just using a stack itself (i.e. the call stack). But just as learning how to make programs with functions makes your programs easier to write (and if it was written by someone else, easier to read), once you master recursion, it is a very simple way to write programs that do complex tasks........
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TITLE : FloodFill function (Windows)
BOOL FloodFill(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/windows/desktop/dd162726(v=vs.85).aspx
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