1. You set the appearance of your turtle. shape(“turtle”)
2. You enable pen fill. This means that the next shape drawn with the pen will be filled in and not hollow. I don't believe there is any reason to run it multiple times.
3. You set size to 100, and then move forwards size, or 100, steps.
4. You turn left by 360/8, or 45 degrees.
As you can see, you tell it to move forwards once, just like you see happen.
It might help you to check out the turtle documentation: https://docs.python.org/3/library/turtle.html
At the top of the page is a list of every function in the turtle module. If you don't know what something does, you should look it up before using it.
The part of your code which makes the turtle move forwards is fd (shorthand for forward() ). Let me break down what your code does:
okay thanks, ill try that.