Prerequisistes: Turtle Programming in Python
Turtle is a Python feature like a drawing board, which lets us command a turtle to draw all over it! We can use functions like
turtle.right(…) which can move the turtle around. Let’s create a basic animation where different little turtles race around a track created for them.
- Turtle Module
- Random Module
- Firstly, import the required modules.
- There are different shapes of pointer available in the turtle module(like arrow, classic and turtle). As this is a “Turtle Race”, we need the ‘turtle’ and ‘classic’ shape.
- We’ll use the classic shape to draw the racing track.
- List the specs of the first turtle, enter the turtle in the track and set the turtle ready for the race.
- Do the same for the rest of the turtles.
- Use the
randint()to set the speed of the turtles.
Below is the implementation.
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