UOP CYB 130 Week 4 Individual Object Oriented Programming (OOP) NEW
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CYB 130 Week 4 Individual: Object Oriented Programming (OOP) NEW
As defined on pp. 449 to 468 in Ch. 17, “Object-Oriented Programming,” of Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python, a Turtle is an object from the class Turtle with the following features:
Every turtle understands the same methods.
Every turtle has the same fields or instance variables.
Every turtle has a heading, body color, pen color, and X and Y position.
Yet, each turtle can have its own values for these fields.
Develop a script containing three new methods for the Turtle class as follows:
Add a method to the Turtle class to draw a rectangle given a certain width and height.
Add a method to the Turtle class to draw a simple house. It can have a rectangle for the house and an equilateral triangle as the roof.
Add a method to the Turtle class to draw a street of houses.
Submit the copied and pasted code into a document and include a screen shot of it working on your own computer system.
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