Python 102: Python Turtle Graphics with Jupyter Notebook

Our second course in Python builds on what you have learnt to develop simple yet powerful graphics using the Turtle graphics environment. Turtle graphics originated with the Logo programming language (designed by Seymour Papert at MIT) where a physical turtle robot moved around with a retractable pen to draw shapes. Similarly, the turtle module in Python provides graphics primitives to move, draw and create complex shapes on the screen. In addition to the pretty graphics you will see in this course (stars, spirals, mazes), this is a fun way to reinforce the programming concepts underlying Python!

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