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JonElmer

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Heres the story, one night i stumbled accross a program i used at school for drawing shaped etc so i decided id do my own version :)

If anyone has any sugestions for improvements i would be most greatful. This is not my first script but the only one with any significance to anyone else other than me.

Commands:

FD = Forward

BK = Backward

LT = Left turn

RT = Right turn

PU = Pen up

PD = Pen down

CS = Clear screen

CC = Clear console

CA = Clear all

> = Previous line of code

Example:

FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90

will draw a square

TurtleIt_0.05.zip

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Heres the story, one night i stumbled accross a program i used at school for drawing shaped etc so i decided id do my own version :)

If anyone has any sugestions for improvements i would be most greatful. This is not my first script but the only one with any significance to anyone else other than me.

I got it to work.

Found the command line just above the Draw button. Pasting to the command line is good.

It is obvious you know your way around an AutoIt script. It works.

Nice flash, good file manipulation, good exit of program.

"any sugestions for improvements"

Adding curves, different line thicknesses, color, I think would be a waste of time. There are a lot of good free graphic applications out there.

As and exercise, not really a suggestion, it would be interesting if "box 100 90 " were typed at the command line, in stead of FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90, or circle.

Keep up the good scripting.

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"any sugestions for improvements"

Adding curves, different line thicknesses, color, I think would be a waste of time. There are a lot of good free graphic applications out there.

As and exercise, not really a suggestion, it would be interesting if "box 100 90 " were typed at the command line, in stead of FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90 FD 100 LT 90, or circle.

Yeah, curves aren't going to be useful, i tried coulour but that failed.

I an going to try to write a loop/repeat command though.

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