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Scratch by Example: Programming for All Ages by Eduardo A. Vlieg

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© Eduardo A. Vlieg 2016
Eduardo A. VliegScratch by Example10.1007/978-1-4842-1946-1_13

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Eduardo A. Vlieg
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Curacao, Curaçao
 
This chapter has all the answers to the chapter exercises. Remember, usually there’s more than one way to produce the same result. So your script doesn’t have to look exactly the same as the ones in this chapter. What’s important is that it produces the same result. Scripts may be different but produce the same result because there are many ways to produce the same result. For example, there are many ways to make the sprite move. Remember that you can create a very long script, but you can also use repeat blocks to make the script shorter and more efficient. Loops, variables, lists, and custom blocks all help you ...

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