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On Thu, 28 May 2009 16:21:17 -0500, <askanexpert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> from: bonanza <bonanza_228@xxxxxxxx>
> date: Thu May 28 15:21:17 2009
> platform: PC
> version: MicroWorlds Ex
> How do I make shapes assigned to turtles in a matching game so that the
> shapes are random and two turtles have the same shape. And when you click the
> turtle, they will compare the shape and if they are not the same, they will
> setsh 11 and if they are the same, they will hide turtle.
You'll have to learn quite a few vocabulary words.
And I think you'll have to use a "shuffle" procedure to shuffle turtles. Once
the turtles are shuffled you can take them two-by-two and assign them the same
that is what the attached project is about.
And, I think, this other project:
demostrates the second part of your question.
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