I am currently teaching myself Python by working through a Pac Man program.
In this program, a Pac Man is drawn by using the
screen point = (300, 240)
PACMAN_SCALE = 0.5
self.gridSize = 30
fillColor = yellow ## This is actually reflected in RGB values
outlineColor = yellow ##This is actually reflected in RGB values
endpoints = (0,0)
width = 2
circle(screen_point, PACMAN_SCALE * self.gridSize, fillColor = fillColor, outlineColor = outlineColor, endpoints = endpoints, width = width)
tkinter doesn't have a
circle method. It does have a canvas object which has a
draw_oval method. Most likely, this
circle method you have is a wrapper around that.
width attribute in your example likely has to do with the width of the outline. However, the
draw_oval method has no argument for
endpoints, so they are likely unique to the
circle method you are calling. You'll have to consult the documentation or implementation of that method to know what it is for.