To reset the turtle in Python, you can use the
reset() method provided by the turtle module. This method resets the turtle’s state to its initial position and orientation.
Here’s an example of how to use the
import turtle # Create a turtle object my_turtle = turtle.Turtle() # Move the turtle around my_turtle.forward(100) my_turtle.right(90) my_turtle.forward(100) # Reset the turtle my_turtle.reset() # The turtle is now back to its initial position and orientation # Close the turtle graphics window turtle.done()
In the code above, we first import the
turtle module and create a turtle object called
my_turtle. We then move the turtle around by calling the
right() methods. Finally, we call the
reset() method to reset the turtle to its initial state. After resetting, you can continue using the turtle for further operations if needed.
Remember to close the turtle graphics window using the
turtle.done() method to prevent the window from freezing or becoming unresponsive.