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turtle.onclick() function in Python
  • Last Updated : 26 Jul, 2020

The turtle module provides turtle graphics primitives, in both object-oriented and procedure-oriented ways. Because it uses Tkinter for the underlying graphics, it needs a version of Python installed with Tk support.

turtle.onclick()

This function is used to bind fun to a mouse-click event on this turtle or on canvas. 

Syntax :

turtle.onclick(fun, btn=1, add=None)

Parameters:

Arguments Description
fun a function with two arguments, to which will be assigned the coordinates of the clicked point on the canvas
btn number of the mouse-button defaults to 1 (left mouse button)
add True or False. If True, the new binding will be added, otherwise, it will replace a former binding

Below is the implementation of the above method with some examples :



Example 1 :

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# import package
import turtle
  
  
# method to action
def fxn(x,y):
      
    # some motion
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(100)
  
# turtle speed to slowest
turtle.speed(1)
  
# motion
turtle.fd(100)
  
# allow user to click 
# for some action
turtle.onclick(fxn)

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Example 2 :

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# import package
import turtle
  
  
# screen object
wn = turtle.Screen()
  
# method to perform action
def fxn(x, y):
  turtle.goto(x, y)
  turtle.write(str(x)+","+str(y))
  
# onclick action 
wn.onclick(fxn)
wn.mainloop()

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