A graphic library and an application for simple curve manipolation

In this report I am going to describe the implementation of a simple curve manipolation application, developed as a ful lment of the second project for the course of Principles of Computer Graphics. The report is organized as follows: Section 1 introduces the problem and what the application should implement, Section 2 describes the architecture of the program, Section 3 explains some foundamental parts of the source code and nally Section 4 illustrates how to use the application together with some screenshots and examples.
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