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An OpenSCAD implementation of Turtle Graphics. It moves on the xy plane. You can get the cooridinate `[x, y]`

or `angle`

of its current position.

## Parameters

`cmd`

: A string command. Different commands use different numbers of arguments.`"create"`

: Creates a turtle data. The command needs three arguments`x`

,`y`

and`angle`

. For example, use`turtle2d("create", 5, 10, 30)`

to create a turtle located at`[5, 10]`

with an angle`30`

degrees.`"x"`

: Sets or gets the`x`

coordinate of a turtle. If you provide a turtle data and the`x`

coordinate, such as`turtle2d("x", turtle, 20)`

, it will sets the`x`

coordinate. Giving a turtle data only will return the`x`

coordinate.`"y"`

: Sets or gets the`y`

coordinate of a turtle. If you provide a turtle data and the`y`

coordinate, such as`turtle2d("y", turtle, 20)`

, it will sets the`y`

coordinate. Giving a turtle data only will return the`y`

coordinate.`"angle"`

: Sets or gets the angle of a turtle. If you provide a turtle data and the angle, such as`turtle2d("angle", turtle, 45)`

, it will sets the angle. Giving a turtle data only will return the angle.`"pt"`

: Sets or Gets`[x, y]`

of a turtle. If you provide a turtle data and the coordinates, such as`turtle2d("pt", turtle, [10, 20])`

, it will sets the coordinates. Giving a turtle data only will return the coordinates.`"forward"`

: Forwards a turtle. The command needs two arguments. The first one is a turtle data, and the second one is the length. For example,`turtle2d("forward", turtle, 100)`

.`"turn"`

: Turns a turtle. The command needs two arguments. The first one is a turtle data, and the second one is the angle. For example,`turtle2d("turn", turtle, 180)`

.

## Examples

```
use <line2d.scad>;
use <turtle/turtle2d.scad>;
module turtle_spiral(t_before, times, side_leng, angle, width) {
$fn = 24;
if(times != 0) {
t_after_tr = turtle2d("turn", t_before, angle);
t_after_fd = turtle2d("forward", t_after_tr, side_leng);
line2d(
turtle2d("pt", t_before),
turtle2d("pt", t_after_fd),
width,
p1Style = "CAP_ROUND",
p2Style = "CAP_ROUND"
);
turtle_spiral(t_after_fd, times - 1, side_leng, angle, width);
}
}
side_leng = 10;
angle = 144;
width = 1;
times = 5;
turtle_spiral(turtle2d("create", 0, 0, 0), times, side_leng, angle, width);
```

```
use <line2d.scad>;
use <turtle/turtle2d.scad>;
module turtle_spiral(t_before, side_leng, d_step, min_leng, angle, width) {
$fn = 24;
if(side_leng > min_leng) {
t_after = turtle2d("forward", turtle2d("turn", t_before, angle), side_leng);
line2d(
turtle2d("pt", t_before),
turtle2d("pt", t_after),
width,
p1Style = "CAP_ROUND",
p2Style = "CAP_ROUND"
);
turtle_spiral(t_after, side_leng - d_step, d_step, min_leng, angle, width);
}
}
side_leng = 50;
d_step = 1;
min_leng = 1;
angle = 90;
width = 1;
turtle_spiral(
turtle2d("create", 0, 0, 0),
side_leng,
d_step,
min_leng,
angle,
width
);
```