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Subject: Re: turtletype
From: mwforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Daniel Ajoy)
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 11:49:54 -0500

Hi Marko,

to startup
cg repeat 10 [turtletype [For Sale!!] fd 20]

to turtletype :text
 newtext "reservedname pos [200 30]
 opaque "reservedname 
 ct insert :text
 transparent "reservedname
 stamptext "reservedname
 remove "reservedname

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On 12 Jan 2004 at 21:11, mbajic wrote:

> Dear All,
>         I am reading a book called "Microworlds Hypermedia Project 
>         Development and Logo Scripting".
> I want to write a procedure from the book using Microworlds Pro but a 
> command (turtletype) does not
> work on my Microworlds Pro version. Could you please tell me a substitute 
> command for turtletype
> which is used in Microworlds Pro. The procedure is: 
> to draw.label
> turtletype "[For Sale!!]
> repeat 9 [fd 10]
> end
> Regards,
>        Marko Bajic, Australia

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