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Disk Phyllotaxis is the pattern of seedlings arranged around the face of a sunflower (and some other plants). Seedlings are spaced evenly along a Fermat's Spiral, forming a Fibonacci Number of spiral arms, where the angle of a seedling to the center of the disk is (n) times the Golden Angle. The end result is most excellent.
sine wave generator
Prints n number of overlapping Sine Waves. Inspired by Jason Davies' (excellent) El Patrón de los Números Primos.
Uses the golden ratio to draw golden rectangles inside of golden rectangles. Useful, if you like golden rectangles.
radical 2 rectangles
prints nested rectangles where the ratio of one side to the other is always Radical 2. Nesting a Radical 2 Rectangle inside another will bisect the larger one evenly.
pascal n' sierpinsky's triangles
Prints n rows of Pascal's Triangle. The shaded odd numbers create Sierpinski's Triangle.
Jeff Atwood, in Effective Programming, complains about the volume of "programmers" who can't write the simplest of programs. Fizzbuzz is his definition of the simplest of programs and, for the record, I can write it.