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# test23

## test

main.py
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```
```#   a117_turtles_in_traffic.py
#   Move turtles horizontally and vertically across screen.
#   Stopping turtles when they collide.
import turtle as trtl

# create two empty lists of turtles, adding to them later
horiz_turtles = []
vert_turtles = []

# use interesting shapes and colors
turtle_shapes = ["arrow", "turtle", "circle", "square", "triangle", "classic"]
horiz_colors = ["red", "blue", "green", "orange", "purple", "gold"]
vert_colors = ["darkred", "darkblue", "lime", "salmon", "indigo", "brown"]

tloc = 50
for s in turtle_shapes:

ht = trtl.Turtle(shape=s)
horiz_turtles.append(ht)
ht.penup()
new_color = horiz_colors.pop()
ht.fillcolor(new_color)
ht.goto(-350, tloc)

vt = trtl.Turtle(shape=s)
vert_turtles.append(vt)
vt.penup()
new_color = vert_colors.pop()
vt.fillcolor(new_color)
vt.goto( -tloc, 350)

tloc += 50

# TODO: move turtles across and down screen, stopping for collisions

steps = 0
while steps < 50:
steps = steps + 1

for ht in horiz_turtles:

for vt in vert_turtles:

ht.forward(20)
vt.forward(20)

if (abs(ht.ycor() - vt.ycor()) < 20):
if (abs(ht.xcor() - vt.xcor()) < 20):

ht.fillcolor('Gray')
horiz_turtles.remove(ht)
vt.fillcolor('Gray')
vert_turtles.remove(vt)

wn = trtl.Screen()
wn.mainloop()
```
result
console