Scratch is a programming language for kids that even small children begin to get acquainted with their computers and application development.
A series of scratch pre-defined instructions replaces the source code that can drag across the development area. Loop instructions and 'if' or 'case' are used to rotate around other graphic shapes.
Each group in the command matches a color code. So, those who are to deal with the movement are blue; That deal with the word, violet; And those with control, orange.
In addition, some guidelines allow variable perimeters, which is possible to see the numerical form on the surface. You can use sprites included with the application or draw your own from the program's drawing window.
Scratch is designed to be a small program, although on its website you will find some really impressive projects.
For Mac OS X 10.3 or later.
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