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Patrick Tibbetts
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Holy cow! What is the Turtle class??? I have never heard of it.
A friend obtained a book from school and it talked briefly about it.
I might be green, but I have been coding Java for years and I have many, many books on the subject and I am always updating my version. What did I miss???
I found the API at:
http://webstation.cs.uct.ac.za/docs/turtlegraphics/index.html
However it is not part of the Sun Java API
I know this is a dumb question and I know it is not on the exam, but I like playing with new things.
Thanks!!!
 
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Well, as you said, it's not part of the Java APIs, and as the URL you point to states,

This turtle graphics package allows creation of simple drawings using turtle graphics similar to the Logo programming language.

That's an awfully good summary, I think. Logo is a simple graphically-oriented programing language, designed as a "children's learning language." What else do you want to know?
 
Patrick Tibbetts
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Thanks!
I should have read it better.
Sometimes I skip the obvious and go to the meat of the class.
 
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