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Subject: Re: MIA, Ask an Expert: Detecting a line a turtle draw
From: "Menefee, Mike - OC" <Mike@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 07:56:17 -0800

Hi Shane,

How about having another, invisible turtle that travels with your
line-drawing turtle, perhaps a couple of steps ahead of her?

Something to try.



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from: Shane Lollar <shlollar8337@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
date: Wed Feb  2 16:37:46 2011
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my name is Shane and i am stumped. My teacher Ms. Andrea and i are
trying to figure out how to make a turtle stop at a line it draws. How
can I make it react to a line that it go back over after it draws it. So
far I've tried using colorunder but it detects the color right away. I
also tried using programming the colors but nothing is working. Please


Shane Lollar
Park Hill Elementary

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