on 1/9/2014 11:12 AM
Microsoft Small Basic is a minimal implementation of the BASIC language aimed at beginners, with only 14 keywords. A few years back I used Small Basic as an early introduction to programming for my 2 young children (at the time 9 and 5). Small Basic’s library has a nice simple API for drawing shapes and moving a turtle around the screen which the kids loved. However I found the lack of function arguments and return values was quite limiting from a teaching perspective. After creating shapes we wanted to [...]
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