simple graphics lib

Sheila King sheila at spamcop.net
Tue Aug 21 08:07:49 CEST 2001


On 20 Aug 2001 19:37:25 -0700, k98jh01 at kzoo.edu (Bignose3) wrote in
comp.lang.python in article
<b740d7ae.0108201837.59b66065 at posting.google.com>:

:I am a student learning python on my own, coming from a C++ backgroud.
: I am working on a simple project, a simulation of fish, as a way to
:gain experience using python.  I am looking for a simple graphics lib
:that will allow me to display objects- like circles or squares to
:represent the objects I am coding.  Is anyone aware of a lib that will
:allow me to do this.  When learning C++ I used the CMU Graphics Lib
:which worked great.  Let me know if anyone has any ideas.
:
:Thank You
:Joe

For something along the lines of the CMU Graphics package, try this:

Look in your 
Python2x/Lib/lib-tk/ 
folder for the 
turtle.py module.
Run it.
Then look at the code.

Let us know if you have any questions.

You might also want to check out the Python Tutor list.
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/tutor


Good luck,

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Sheila King
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