CS151.02 2010S Functional Problem Solving

Class 19: Turtle Graphics

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Held: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Summary: We explore another imperative model of images, turtle graphics. In this model, we give drawing expressions to robotic turtles.

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Overview:

Modeling the Drawing Process: Turtle Graphics

Some Historical Notes

Disclaimer: Although I knew much of this information, I did crib some ideas from Wikipedia and the Web or these notes.

Turtle Graphics in MediaScheme

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