Code a program or function to construct an interactive canvas on the screen of at least 400 pixels x 400 pixels in size. The canvas can be any color you wish, bordered or borderless, with or without a title bar, etc., just some form of obvious canvas.
The user will click on two distinct areas of the canvas and the program must output the Euclidean distance (in pixels) between those two clicks in some fashion (STDOUT, displaying an alert, etc.). The two clicks can be only left clicks, only right clicks, a left click for the first and right click for the second, two double-left-clicks, etc., any combination is acceptable. Special Note: Clicking-and-dragging (e.g., using MOUSEUP as the second point) is specifically not allowed; they must be two distinct clicks.
The user must be able do this multiple times, and must get an output each time, until the program is closed/force-quit/killed/etc. You can choose the method of closure (clicking an X, ctrl-C, etc.), whatever is golfier for your code.
- Either a full program or a function are acceptable. If a function, however, you must still display the output to the user somehow (simply returning the value is not acceptable).
- Output can be to the console, displayed as an alert, populated onto the canvas, etc.
- Standard loopholes are forbidden.
- This is code-golf so all usual golfing rules apply, and the shortest code (in bytes) wins.