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+9 votes
asked in CSC 150 January201920 by (8 points)
+5

Yes, what Kashav said, my assignment has two images. If you do not understand how to do it. Let me know and I can share with you my code.

+4

I did not know what import statement you are using. So, can you share your code with me please?

+4
to setup
  clear-all
  import-pcolors-rgb "dog.jpg"
  ask patches [
    sprout 1 [
      set color pcolor
      set shape "cat"
      set heading 0
    ]
  ]
  ask patches [
    set pcolor black
  ]
  reset-ticks
  import-drawing "teddy.jpg" 
end

to go
  ask turtles [
    right 5
  ]
  tick
end

-- this is what I had and you can have two or more pictures

0

Very useful, thank you !

2 Answers

+6 votes

You just have to use two import statements and sprout turtles only where you want to draw a particular image.

It's basically importing and sprouting for the first one and then do the same for the second.

answered by (22 points)
+1

agreed. Thank you, Kashav

+5 votes

Note: it's also possible to do this using the bitmap extension.

https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/docs/bitmap.html

answered by (12.1k points)
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