The Rossler attractor equation (taken from wikipedia):

dx/dt = -y-z

dy/dt = x + Ay

dz/dt = B + z(x - C)

Rossler studied that with A = .2, B = .2, C = 5.7. Though since them the most common parameters studied are A = .1, B = .1, C = 14. I have checked this values too.

My code:

`dt = .05, A = -.2, B = .2, C = -5.7, x = -10, y = -1, z = -1`

` x += ((-(y + z)) * dt); `

y += (y*A + x) * dt;

z += ((x-C) * z + B) * dt;

Each value taken gives different path.