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turtle.Screen().turtles() function in Python

  • Last Updated : 27 Aug, 2021

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.Screen().turtles()

This function is used to return the list of turtles on the screen. This doesn’t require any argument.

Syntax :

turtle.Screen().turtles()

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

Example 1 :

Python3




# import package
import turtle
 
# make screen object
# and set size
sc = turtle.Screen()
sc.setup(400,300)
 
# make turtle object
t1=turtle.Turtle(shape='square')
 
# do some motion with properties
t1.color("red")
t1.circle(50)
 
# make another turtle object
t2=turtle.Turtle(shape='circle')
 
# do some motion with properties
t2.color("green")
t2.circle(40)
 
# get all turtle objects on screen
print(sc.turtles())

Output :

[<turtle.Turtle object at 0x000001E90622DAC8>, <turtle.Turtle object at 0x000001E90625CC88>] 
 

 

Example 2 :

Python3




# import package
import turtle
 
# make screen object and set size
sc = turtle.Screen()
sc.setup(400, 300)
 
# make first turtle and do something
t1 = turtle.Turtle(shape='square')
t1.color("red")
t1.circle(50)
 
# make another turtle and do something
t2 = turtle.Turtle(shape='circle')
t2.color("green")
t2.circle(40)
 
# get all turtles object
turt = sc.turtles()
 
# use first turtle object
turt[0].circle(-40)
 
# use another turtle object
turt[1].circle(-50)

Output :


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