Turtle logo in Python
Err... this was almost too easy.
From powershell I typed:
I was then in an interactive python console.
Then I just typed:
from turtle import *
Then I tried:
File "<stdin>", line 1 fd 100 ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
So I tried:
And a graphics window appeared, titled "Python Turtle Graphics" with a "Tk" logo.
And on that window, a little turtle (represented by an arrow, in the center of the screen) moved forward 100 pixels.
I used the Windows+Arrows keys to resize powershell and "Python Turtle Graphics" so they each took up half the screen. And I was away!
Backing up a little... I could've gone like this:
Then to call the
fd function for example...
With my C# brain, I guess that
from turtle import * means, grab all the
public static methods of the
turtle class and make them first-class functions that no longer need to be qualified. So 'turtle.fd' can be written as just 'fd'.