FLOWER POWER

Starting on chapter of 2 of the Learning Python with Raspberry Pi they teach us to draw Pictures with turtles.

In this tutorial they recommend you use IDLE 3 to write up and process of your code.

This program has got to be the cutest thing I have written since I started programming in python. It's very easy to type up and the instructions in the book were very clear and I learned a few python terms while creating my flower.

  • import: usually at the start of the program. bring extra features in the program. (similar to add-ons or plug-ins)

 

  • window: creates a new window that we can draw into. we can also set it to close when clicked

 

  • babbage: has multiple methods but in this program it was used to create the petals

 

  • loop: a piece of code that tells the computer to repeat a certain section of code over and over again.

 

  • conditionals; if, elif, and else: a way of telling python how to make decisions about what to do based on certain data. 

 

In result you end up with this in the Python IDE:

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and this when the code is ran:

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these are a few other variations after changing the colors in the code:

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I did encounter a few syntax issues dealing with spacing and punctuation after re-visiting this program. After typing it up again it was nothing I couldn't easily fix.