Turtle graphics is a term in computer graphics for a method of programming vector graphics using a relative cursor (the "turtle") upon a Cartesian plane. Turtle graphics is a key feature of the Logo programming language.
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... The ideas behind turtle graphics can be extended to include three-dimensional space ... If the turtle operates in cylindrical coordinates, then it has a location and a heading within its plane, and its plane may be rotated around the vertical axis ... This often manifests itself as the turtle having two different heading angles, one within the plane and the other determining the plane's angle ...
... Baltie is an educational graphic oriented programming tool for children, youth (and adults) ... PythonTurtle is a LOGO like turtle graphics made in wxPython ... There is also Python standard Turtle graphics module (based on TK), and a Python Turtle Demo -- collection of 50+ demos, which are intended as examples for using Python ...
... See also Turtle graphics Logo's best-known feature is the turtle, which is an on-screen cursor (derived originally from a robot of the same name ... is traditionally and most often represented pictorially either as a triangle or a turtle icon (though it can be represented by any icon) ... Turtle graphics were added to the Logo language by Seymour Papert in the late 1960s to support Papert's version of the turtle robot, a simple robot controlled ...
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“The second day of Christmas,
My true love sent to me
Two turtle doves,”
—Unknown. The Twelve Days of Christmas (l. 46)