Rule 110 with Turtle

I like repl.it a lot and from time to time I use it for 10 liners instead of my command line. Especially when I do not want to install a brand new language implementation or even creating a new Python environment for five minutes.

I was thinking about Rule 110 and how most of the examples I’ve seen from hobbyists are ASCII based as opposed to more proper, nicer graphics by researchers of the CA area. And I was thinking whether using Turtle could be used to display it a bit better in one’s spare time. That is because I still have not figured out how TkInter works with repl.it. It turns out that you can make something nice with Turtle:

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Rule 110 elementary cellular automaton

I have pasted the rather rudimentary, repl.it ready, python code here.

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