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On 27 Sep 2006 at 15:00, Ask an Expert - Question wrote:
> from: Linz <Linz_craig@xxxxxxxxx>
> date: Wed Sep 27 13:19:18 2006
> I just started out with this program so these are pretty basic
> questions... How does one designate which turtle is affected by a button?
> My buttons always affect the last turtle placed upon the page.
You can address each turtle with:
t1, fd 10
t2, fd 30
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And most commands address the "current" turtle, not
the newest turtle. You can make a turtle "current" by
clicking on it.
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