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Python for Kids
This project aims to teach children how to use the computer to write their own programs. The target age is between 12 and 14.
I chose Python because it is one of the cleanest languages I've seen, with a really good set of libraries behind it.
However, the language is only part of the equation. In addition to the language, we need an environment where kids can see immediate results. This environment, obviously, is NodeBox.
colormode(RGB, 255) transform (CORNER) def robot(links,boven): translate(links,boven) benen=100 fill(194,162,272) rect(189,51,80,100) rect(83,150,300, 150) rect(143,300,70,benen) rect(274,300,69,benen) fill(255,0,0) oval(206,79,14,7) oval(237,79,14,7) tand=211 for y in range(3): star(y*18+211,126,1.5,15,16) tand=tand+15 scale(0.5) for x,y in grid(10,5,328,356): reset() scale(0.5) robot(x,y) print random (0,1000)include("util/comment.php"); ?>