Which command lifts the pen in logo?
Ans:- PENUP command is used to lift up the pen from the screen .
What are pen primitives?
a. Pen primitives let us change the behaviour of the turtle’s pen in different ways. For example, we can move the turtle on the Graphics Screen without drawing anything. We can also change the size of the turtle’s pen.
What are logo commands called?
10. What is another name of logo commands? Ans: Another name of logo commands is primitives.
Which which which command?
In computing, which is a command for various operating systems used to identify the location of executables. The command is available in Unix and Unix-like systems, the AROS shell, for FreeDOS and for Microsoft Windows.
Which command closes the logo program?
The command ‘Bye’ is used to exit LOGO. * LOGO is a programming language which is known for its turtle graphics. * It stands for ‘Language for graphics oriented’. * It can be used to draw several shapes and features on the computer.
What position is the turtle in when we logo?
HOME command brings the turtle to its starting position, also called as home position. The turtle’s home is at the centre of the Graphics Screen.
Which primitive is used to hide the turtle?
The HT primitive makes the turtle invisible from the screen. 5. The HOME command brings the turtle to the centre of the screen.
What are pen commands used for?
Pen down command is used to leave the pen and the track. The PD command is used for pen down. Pen down is the default state in the turtle.