In Python, Turtle graphics are an approach with a long history. In this article, I will take you through an advance program for creating Turtle Graphics with Python programming language. If you are new to the turtle module you can have a look at a beginner level task from here.
Introduction to Turtle Graphics in Python
Originally, the turtle was just a physical object, like a robot that can be placed on a sheet of paper and instructed to move. Then the turtle became a visual display on a high-resolution screen, often depicted as any type of shape.
Even in a purely graphic format, the concept of a turtle can make it easier to represent the actions taken, and therefore what a program does.
The turtle module provides an environment in which turtles move around on a 2-dimensional grid. Turtles have a position, heading (the direction the turtle is facing) and a variety of possible states (turtles can draw lines of a particular colour when they move or leave no trace) and actions (turn left or right; move forward or backward.
A Turtle object has many methods that can be grouped into families. You can learn more about the methods of the turtle module in Python from the official documentation. Now let me introduce you to an advanced project on Turtle graphics with the Python programming language:
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