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Last active Mar 20, 2016
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We don't need an OOP class called point or rectangle
from PIL import Image, ImageDraw
from cmath import pi as PI, e as E
I = complex("j")
to_x_y = lambda cpl : (cpl.real, cpl.imag)
im ="RGB", (512, 512), "white")
draw = ImageDraw.Draw(im)
rotation = E**(I*PI/3)
homothetia = min( im.size[0], im.size[1])
# to bored to be smart, random guessing
trans = homothetia/2
homothetia /= 2.5
# lazyness off
polygone = ( complex(0,0), complex(0,1), complex(1,1), complex(1,0), complex(0,0) )
bigger = map(lambda x: x * homothetia + trans , polygone )
bigger_rotated = map(lambda x: x * rotation, bigger )
draw.line(map(to_x_y, bigger),"blue")
draw.line(map(to_x_y, bigger_rotated),"green")"this.png", "PNG")
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