I'm really bad at this, I'm sure someone with more time could figure out a better way to do a #fractal , but I drew it similar to how a crt scans a screen. I just like fractals tho :P

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// You can find the Turtle API reference here: https://turtletoy.net/syntax Canvas.setpenopacity(1); // Global code will be evaluated once. const turtle = new Turtle(); turtle.penup(); turtle.goto(-100,-100); // The walk function will be called until it returns false. function walk(i) { var x=i%200-100; var y=i/200-100; var ix = x/2500.0-1.76; var iy = y/2500.0-0.03; var zx = ix; var zy = iy; var iteration = 0; var max_iteration = 21; while (zx*zx + zy*zy < 4 && iteration < max_iteration) { var xtemp = zx*zx - zy*zy + ix; zy = Math.abs(2*zx*zy) + iy; zx = Math.abs(xtemp); iteration = iteration + 1 } if (iteration == max_iteration){ //console.log(x,y) turtle.goto(x,y) turtle.pendown() turtle.forward(1) turtle.backward(1) //turtle.circle(1,360) turtle.penup() } return i<200*200 }