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Problem:

Here is my sample code below

from turtle import *

speed(0)
hideturtle()
c = 450

def grid(x,y,a):
    seth(0)
    pu()
    goto(x,y)
    pd()
    for i in range(4):
        forward(a)
        rt(90)
    for i in range(c/10):
        seth(0)
        forward(10)
        rt(90)
        forward(c)
        backward(c)
    for i in range(c/10):
        seth(0)
        rt(90)
        forward(10)
        rt(90)
        forward(c)
        backward(c)
    pu()
    goto(a+10,0)
    write("x")
    goto(0,a+10)
    write("y")
    pd()

grid(0,0,c)
grid(-c,0,c)
grid(-c,c,c)
grid(0,c,c)

 

And I am getting this error message

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\Users\nick\Desktop\gridv2.py", line 35, in <module>
    grid(0,0,c)
  File "C:\Users\nick\Desktop\gridv2.py", line 15, in grid
    for i in range(c/10):
TypeError: 'float' object cannot be interpreted as an integer

What’s wrong with my code?

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Solution:

Here, c/10 is a float number because / always returns a float number.

Make the value an integer again:

for i in range(int(c / 10)):

You may also (//) the floor division operator to make it an integer number.

for i in range(c // 10):

 

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