Saving variables in 'def draw():' during next loop.

edited November 2017 in Python Mode

Apology: I am a beginner, sorry if this has an obvious answer.

I was wondering if there is a way of saving variables during the next loop in 'def draw():'.

def draw():
    green_rect = randint(1,5)

    if green_rect == 1:
        for x, y in get_grid_xy():
            green_rect_position = rect(x,y,10,10)


What I'm wanting my code to do is generate a green rectangle and keep it at the location its chosen from a predeclared selection of x and y locations stored in 'get_grid_xy()' and to only change to another location if the green_rect value lands on 1. The problem is every time the 'def draw()' loop repeats it deletes the 'green_rect_position' meaning it generates the background and then doesn't generate the green_rect at its old position (if the green_rect doesn't == 1).

Any help would be amazing! Many thanks, Keir

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