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Write a program that lets the user to move Karel around with arrow keys. Karel should start in the top-left corner of the screen and move exactly 100 pixels in the direction specified. Note that because you are not restricting Karel to the screen, Karel is free to move off-screen.
Here is a Karel to help you out. You can save this Karel as
karel.png in your PyCharm project.
""" File: keyboard_karel.py ------------------- A program that lets the user move Karel around the canvas using the arrow keys. """ from graphics import Canvas # The size of the canvas, in pixels CANVAS_WIDTH = 500 CANVAS_HEIGHT = 500 # The number of pixels for Karel to move for each key press KAREL_STEP_SIZE = 100 def main(): canvas = Canvas() canvas.set_canvas_title("Keyboard Karel") # Create Karel, initially in the top-left corner karel = canvas.create_image(0, 0, "images/karel.png") canvas.update() # Continually listen for new key presses to move Karel while True: key_presses = canvas.get_new_key_presses() for press in key_presses: # Move Karel in the appropriate direction if press.keysym == "Left": canvas.move(karel, -KAREL_STEP_SIZE, 0) elif press.keysym == "Right": canvas.move(karel, KAREL_STEP_SIZE, 0) elif press.keysym == "Up": canvas.move(karel, 0, -KAREL_STEP_SIZE) elif press.keysym == "Down": canvas.move(karel, 0, KAREL_STEP_SIZE) canvas.update() canvas.mainloop() if __name__ == "__main__": main()