This part of this article will learn about a very cool Python Turtle Design of the spiral square. The code for the turtle program is given below. Accordingly, this article will create a clear basic concept about the turtle. We will first see the code, and then, we will understand it line-by-line. Now let’s see the code for the design.
import turtle as t pen = t.Turtle() pen.color("cyan") pen.speed(0) def draw_square(): for side in range(4): pen.forward(100) pen.right(90) for side in range(4): pen.forward(50) pen.right(90) pen.penup() pen.back(20) pen.pendown() for square in range(80): draw_square() pen.forward(5) pen.left(5) pen.hideturtle()
- First, import the “turtle” module and set the “pen” variable as the turtle.
- Similarly, set the color of the turtle to “cyan” and set the speed to 0.
- Accordingly, create a function name draw_square(). Inside the function, create a for loop with the range of 4. Then, move forward at the value of 100 and right at an angle of 90 degrees.
- Likewise, create a for loop with a range of 4 inside of the for loop from before. Then, move forward at the value of 50 and right at an angle of 90 degrees.
Out of the function:
- Coming out of the function draw_square(), call the penup() function. Then, go back with the value of 20 and call the pendown() function.
Last Part with Loop:
- Similarly, create a for loop with the range of 80 and call the draw_square() function from before. After calling the draw_square() function, take the pen forward at the value of 5 and left at an angle of 5 degrees.
- Lastly, end the code with the function hideturtle().
In this part of this article, we will learn about a very cool Python Turtle Design of the spiral hexagon.
import turtle as t def spiral(sides, trun, color, width): pen = t.Turtle() pen.color(color) pen.width(width) pen.speed(0) for n in range(sides): pen.forward(n) pen.right(trun) spiral(150, 45, "cyan", 5)
- First, import the module “turtle” as t with the code below.
import turtle as t
- Accordingly, create a function named spiral() with the parameters: sides, turn, color, width.
- After, create a “p” variable and set it to the turtle.
- Then, set the turtle’s color to color, which will be given while calling the function, set the width as “width” and speed to 0.
- Likewise, create a for loop with the range of the value of “sides.” Inside this loop, move the pen forward at the “n” value and right at an angle of “trun.” You can change the variable and play with the code too.
- Lastly, call the spiral() function with the arguments of your own wish.
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