Part 3 in my ongoing series of how I implemented the code from Mazes For Programmers by Jamis Buck in C#.
The author rendered the mazes in graphical form using a Ruby library that allows you to create PNG images. This requires you to run the code, then open the saved image, then remember to close it before running the code again, otherwise you get a “File access denied” error, all of which seemed like hard work. As I work with WPF on a day-to-day basis, I decided to use that to render my mazes, as it was quicker and easier.
This post shows how I did it.