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A step by step guide to programming. Each set of tutorials provides tasks for the student to complete.
 
A step by step guide to programming. Each set of tutorials provides tasks for the student to complete.
 
==Drawing==
 
==Drawing==
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{{Flags Tutorial}}Practice using graphics commands to draw the flags of different countries.
 
{{Flags Tutorial}}Practice using graphics commands to draw the flags of different countries.
  

Revision as of 20:59, 30 May 2008

A step by step guide to programming. Each set of tutorials provides tasks for the student to complete.

Drawing

Practice using graphics commands to draw the flags of different countries.

These examples provide students with the opportunity to become familiar with the basic features of the language. Each task can be completed using a sequence of commands. It is hoped that students will become familiar with the basics of the language: the use of brackets, commas, quotes and semi-colons.

If

Numbers

Strings

Use string functions to test a list of Greek names

Boxes

Create patterns on a grid. This exercise uses integer functions and operators.

Bricks

Practice for loops. In these problems you use bricks to build walls.

Accumulating

Template:Accumulating Variable TutorialCreate and accumulating variable and use it to sum, count and more.

DOM Tutorial

Parse and process XML files using the standard DOM interface.

Old Links

  1. World Factbook: In which we process data on countries.
  2. Functions: In which we calculate values
  3. Strings: In which we process ancient Greek
  4. Boxes: In which we test numbers.
  5. Songs: In which we generate repetitive songs.
  6. Bricks: In which we practice for loops
  7. Accumulate: In which we accumulate over a list.
  8. Accumulate 2: In which we accumulate over a file.
  9. DOM: In which we access the Document Object Model for XML.
  10. SAX: In which we access the "Simple API for XML".

Old Addresses

  1. Flags: In which we draw pictures.
  2. Flags: In which we draw pictures.
  3. World Factbook: In which we process data on countries.
  4. Function: In which we calculate values
  5. Strings: In which we process ancient Greek
  6. Songs: In which we generate repetitive songs.
  7. Bricks: In which we practice for loops
  8. Accumulate: In which we count, add and perform other calculations.
  9. DOM: In which we access the Document Object Model for XML.
  10. SAX: In which we access the "Simple API for XML".

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