anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm just wondering which Rectangle class the 4.3.1 question is referring to. Thanks...
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which class?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Has anyone done question 4.3.1?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm hardly working. Just waiting for someone willing to help.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The rectangle class is in graphics.py - so do a from graphics import * at the beginning of your file for the tetrominoes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks Su, but how do I get to convert the Point into pixels? from graphics import * class Block(Rectangle): def __init__(self, the_point, the_color): Rectangle.__init__(self, the_point, Point(30, 30)) self.the_color = self.setFill(the_color) win = GraphWin("Tetrominoes", 150, 150) # the block is drawn at position (1, 1) on the board block = Block(Point(1, 1), 'red') # the __init__ method for your block should deal with converting # the Point into pixels block.draw(win) win.mainloop()

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