turtleworldtest

turtleworldtest - bob = Turtle() # create a turtle, and...

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# Turtle1.py P. Conrad for CS5NM, 10/17/2008, UCSB # Code from Think Python, by Allen B. Downey, Chapter 4 # Basics of TurtleWorld graphics import sys sys.path.append("/Users/Genius/Documents/CS5NM/swampy.1.1") # change this if needed from TurtleWorld import * world = TurtleWorld() # create a world (a screen)
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Unformatted text preview: bob = Turtle() # create a turtle, and call him bob print bob # print some stuff about bob in the Python Shell window fd(bob, 100) # move forward 100 pixels rt(bob) # turn right fd(bob, 100) # more forward 100 pixels wait_for_user() # keep the screen open til we click the red X or circle to quit...
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This note was uploaded on 08/28/2009 for the course CS 50 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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