Merry Christmas everyone.
Since this is Christmas today, I thought of wishing everyone in a different way. I am python programmer and I love writing code so I decided to do something with python and after 1 hour I was ready with the below script to wish all of you Merry Christmas using python turtle.
Code is available on Github as well.
from turtle import * from random import randint def create_rectangle(turtle, color, x, y, width, height): turtle.penup() turtle.color(color) turtle.fillcolor(color) turtle.goto(x, y) turtle.pendown() turtle.begin_fill() turtle.forward(width) turtle.left(90) turtle.forward(height) turtle.left(90) turtle.forward(width) turtle.left(90) turtle.forward(height) turtle.left(90) # fill the above shape turtle.end_fill() # Reset the orientation of the turtle turtle.setheading(0) def create_circle(turtle, x, y, radius, color): oogway.penup() oogway.color(color) oogway.fillcolor(color) oogway.goto(x, y) oogway.pendown() oogway.begin_fill() oogway.circle(radius) oogway.end_fill() BG_COLOR = "#0080ff" # "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.” # — Oogway to Po under the peach tree, Kung Fu Panda oogway = Turtle() # set turtle speed oogway.speed(2) screen = oogway.getscreen() # set background color screen.bgcolor(BG_COLOR) # set tile of screen screen.title("Merry Christmas") # maximize the screen screen.setup(width=1.0, height=1.0) y = -100 # create tree trunk create_rectangle(oogway, "red", -15, y-60, 30, 60) # create tree width = 240 oogway.speed(10) while width > 10: width = width - 10 height = 10 x = 0 - width/2 create_rectangle(oogway, "green", x, y, width, height) y = y + height # create a star a top of tree oogway.speed(1) oogway.penup() oogway.color('yellow') oogway.goto(-20, y+10) oogway.begin_fill() oogway.pendown() for i in range(5): oogway.forward(40) oogway.right(144) oogway.end_fill() tree_height = y + 40 # create moon in sky # create a full circle create_circle(oogway, 230, 180, 60, "white") # overlap with full circle of BG color to make a crescent shape create_circle(oogway, 220, 180, 60, BG_COLOR) # now add few stars in sky oogway.speed(10) number_of_stars = randint(20,30) # print(number_of_stars) for _ in range(0,number_of_stars): x_star = randint(-(screen.window_width()//2),screen.window_width()//2) y_star = randint(tree_height, screen.window_height()//2) size = randint(5,20) oogway.penup() oogway.color('white') oogway.goto(x_star, y_star) oogway.begin_fill() oogway.pendown() for i in range(5): oogway.forward(size) oogway.right(144) oogway.end_fill() # print greeting message oogway.speed(1) oogway.penup() msg = "Merry Christmas from ThePythonDjango.Com" oogway.goto(0, -200) # y is in minus because tree trunk was below x axis oogway.color("white") oogway.pendown() oogway.write(msg, move=False, align="center", font=("Arial", 15, "bold")) oogway.hideturtle() screen.mainloop()
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Top comments (4)
Where in the world do you celebrate Christmas on June 26th? ;)
Fun post nonetheless!
P.S. Consider cross-posting your articles directly on DEV.to with a linkback. You'll get a lot more readership that way. :)
I wrote this article on Christmas last year. Copy pasted the same on dev.to few days back.
"Consider cross-posting your articles directly on DEV.to with a linkback." - So I just need to include a link to the original article at the top of the content. Is that all or something else needs to be done?
The top or bottom, yes. You can also (optionally) use the
canonical_url =variable in the Front Matter variables (where title, tag, and description are set).
Just make sure you do indeed post the whole article. We're trying to cut down on the recent influx of click-farming (as I call it), where people use DEV.to simply as a vehicle to promote their own websites. I know you're not doing this, but it's been a problem across the board.
Thanks for being here!
I will make sure I post the whole article every time.