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authorWalter Bender <walter.bender@gmail.com>2011-04-05 03:20:45 (GMT)
committer Walter Bender <walter.bender@gmail.com>2011-04-05 03:20:45 (GMT)
commit532bcf414495cc624b975b455aa18ba86bc50776 (patch)
tree1307983cff266e7b79b49e8d5b33d83e920a6c7f /pysamples/load_block.py
parent8a742df90c773d8569fd4d3a26bc9df1713d92c6 (diff)
update comment to reflect changes to code
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diff --git a/pysamples/load_block.py b/pysamples/load_block.py
index 12c7a71..3e9ec93 100644
--- a/pysamples/load_block.py
+++ b/pysamples/load_block.py
@@ -27,13 +27,12 @@
# should be a string containing the name of the desired
# block. Arguments to the block can be passed by expanding the Python
# block to include up to two additional arguments. Note that the
-# height of the block is pushed to the FILO heap and can be used to
-# advance the position of the turtle when creating stacks.
+# turtle is moved to the bottom of the block after it is loaded in
+# order position another block to the bottom of the stack.
# For example, try the following to place forward 100, right 90 on the canvas:
# start
# Python(forward, 100) <-- Python load_block.py expanded to two arguments
-# setxy(xcor, (subtract(ycor, pop))) <-- subtract top of heap from ycor
# Python(right, 90) <-- Python load_block.py expanded to two arguments