Using Python, acquire a basis in coding!
Games, applications, websites, and other types of software are all essentially made to follow instructions. These instructions are known as "coding," and the sequence and guidelines they adhere to are known as "algorithms."
Python Turtle will be used in this course to investigate these crucial ideas. With the help of the Turtle library, you may give instructions to a "turtle" and have it respond as if it were drawing with a pen on paper. Through simple programming commands, you may use it to draw various forms, fill them in, alter their colors, and more. Additionally, you'll learn how to organize these instructions into an algorithm to produce a digital image of the solar system.
The skills you acquire will lay strong foundations for any project you build, regardless of what you plan to utilize coding for.
You'll discover how to:
Recognize what programming is.
Draw shapes by moving the turtle.
Modify the backdrop colors and form
Manage the shape's fill and spacing.
Create and specify algorithms.
Apply algorithms through programming.