In the lesson on markers, you saw how setmarker could be used
to place a famous red Google Markers on a map. We just want to remind you in this lesson,
that you have a whole programming language behind you. So instead of one marker, let's draw a whole
series of markers on the map.
In this lesson, see if you can draw a marker, every $10^\circ$ (in longitude) around the equator. Hint: the latitude
of the equator is $0^\circ$, and the whole world extends from $-180^\circ$ to $180^\circ$ in longitude.
When done, repeat but for every $10^\circ$ in latitude along the Prime Meridian.
Now you try. Fill in some the lat= line and fix the for-loop (in longitude) to draw markers
all the way around the globe, along the equator.
Type your code here:
See your results here:
This code will not run! You have to fill in the lat= line, determine a range of longitudes,
and figure out what map center you want in the drawmap() line.
Show a friend, family member, or teacher what you've done!
Here is a share link to your code:
Does your code work? Want to run it on your iPhone?
Here's your code:
Use [Control]-[C] (Windows) or [⌘]-[C] (MacOS) to copy your code.
Paste it using [Control]-[V] (Windows) or [⌘]-[V] (MacOS) into
Then click the "Use on iPhone" button that you'll see.