Python: introducing graphic with xturtle (Russian) [ID:603] (2/2)

in series: Python: Beginners Tutorial (Russian)

video tutorial by Lesly and Horst Jens, added 03/08

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Angela shows how to program very simple graphics using the python module xturtle.

Using a for loop looping through a list created with the range function, Angela let the xturtle move forward

xturtle.fd(distance)

and turn left

xturtle.left(angle).

If you have troubles installing the xturtle module, you can use the turtle module instead. In this case, use turtle.forward(distance) and turtle.left(angle) instead of the xturtle commands.

The whole python script can be found in the showmedo wiki

Angela is a student of the evangelische Hauptschule Karlsplatz in Vienna (Austria)

This video is in Russian language but anyone should be able to understand it.

http://wiki.showmedo.com/images/3/34/Horstjens_Russia104.png

This video is licensed under the creative commons BY NC SA license.

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internal Showmedo reference: To learn more about xturtle, see the create art with xturtle series by Felix

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7. anonymous Tue, 08 Dec 2009 12:45

Cool!

I like the girl and what shes doing.:)

Good demos keep continue.

Bye!


6. anonymous Sun, 23 Aug 2009 07:39

Thank you, I enjoy.


5. anonymous Sat, 30 May 2009 14:29

well done. go further!


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" Again, I enjoyed the video very much! I like the

xturtle module for Python, I had to get it on my pc; it's a very neat graphical tool and comes with a lot of fantastic demos! Thanks for the demonstration! "


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