Turtle Race.py - import random#Creating separate random...

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import turtle # 1. import the modules import random wn = turtle.Screen() # 2. Create a screen wn.bgcolor('lightblue') lance = turtle.Turtle() # 3. Create two turtles andy = turtle.Turtle() lance.color('red') andy.color('blue') lance.shape('turtle') andy.shape('turtle') andy.up() # 4. Move the turtles to their starting point lance.up() andy.goto(-100,20) lance.goto(-100,-20)
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Unformatted text preview: import random #Creating separate random values for Andy and Lance x = random.randrange(1,10) import random y = random.randrange(1,10) for x in range(25): #loop for Andy's random number moves andy.forward(x) for y in range(25): # loop for Lance's random number moves lance.forward(y) #Did range(25) to keep turtles visible on screen wn.exitonclick()...
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