[Edu-sig] python for kids...
vceder at canterburyschool.org
Tue Oct 23 03:32:25 CEST 2007
Yes, we (several of us on this list who use the turtle module in
teaching) actually got several changes/enhancements to the turtle module
added for Python 2.5. Earlier versions have a turtle module that is
somewhat harder to work with, in my admittedly biased opinion. ;-)
Jason R Briggs wrote:
> Hi Ajith
> I think the difference is probably Python 2.4 to Python 2.5 (which I was
> using). Pen() also works on Py2.5, so I think I'd better change to that.
> Will also add while-loops as well. Good idea.
> Ajith Kumar wrote:
>> Thanks Jason. Excellent material. I was looking for something to
>> get people started in Python. By the way I use python for doing
>> computer interfaced
>> science experiments, a project named Phoenix
>> t = turtle.Turtle() did not work on my Fedora core 3 machine.
>> t= turtle.Pen() worked instead.
>> I felt it would have been better to mention while loop also in the
>> chapter explaining for loops.
>> with regards
>> Ajith Kumar
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