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On 11 Jun 2006 at 10:07, Ask an Expert - Question wrote:
> how can i make a turtle bounce off of another turtle in
> different directions, depending on where it hit?
Yes. But only for circular objects.
In the attached example, if the red circles hit the big
circle from the top, they'll be propelled to the top,
if they hit it from the left, they'll be propelled to
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