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joshuaho
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Post deleted - its usage has expired here.

Last edited by joshuaho (Dec. 20, 2013 05:56:06)


Pun of the week:
Q: What type of insect should cats always run from?
A: Fleas.
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rockstar151
Scratcher
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Hello! Welcome to scratch! It is a free programming language where you can create hundreds of projects, from games to stories! If you are having any trouble, just reply to me!

Hi! I am rockstar151! If you need any help, just ask me something and i will help you.
CoderGirl_ASU
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Hello, I am learning Scratch at a local CoderDojo and also learning quite a bit from the Scratch community. Thanks!

Last edited by CoderGirl_ASU (Sept. 17, 2013 21:32:45)

JONATHAN1320
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cheddargirl's signature : Sadly, my forum signature was eaten by an evil kumquat.
LOL and what is a kumquat?

Last edited by JONATHAN1320 (Sept. 17, 2013 22:45:21)


rip my signature, succumbed to a kumquat
olitron3000
New to Scratch
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olaaaaa
olitron3000
New to Scratch
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me gusta minecraft y se mas o menos sobre scrach
mindfang
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we should start some sort of rebellion against this alleged kumquat
TeamJG
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Hi, I am new to Scratch - but I like that it is so simple to get started!
I have one question: is it not possible to use procedures/ functions?
Magicman03
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Hi everyone.

I'm posting on behalf of my young son who has just started with Scratch today.

He has been exploring Windows XP on an old laptop for some time, and makes landscapes for his own version of Minecraft using excel. I thought it was finally time for him to start doing ‘proper’ programming.

I have some experience with various programming languages over the years, starting with I think Basic and C+ in school (it was that long ago I don't even remember what we were using lol) and then in my late teens I used to program with hyperScript and HyperCard on an old Mac Classic II. I remember it being so amazingly unreal (mid ‘90s). Then in mid ’00s I learnt to hand code html and then using basic php to create website templates.

Learning to code is such a great learning tool, helps develop so many skills, language, mathematics, problem solving, while fostering creativity.

I was more than happy for him to get started, why not do all that while doing something you love?

Magicman's mum
Magicman03
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Sorry mods, this was an accidental post in the wrong thread. You can delete both of these posts if you like
Rumanti
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fuadfauzi wrote:

Hei, I'm new around here. I'm came from Indonesia, hope and I wonder can meet people from Indonesia too.
I'm from Indonesia. Welcome to Scratch!
Anyway, I want to ask a question, does Scratch is suitable to learn programming for kids? As my hope to learn programming to my children at home also for elementary pupils. What do you say?

Yes, Scratch is designed for age 9-12, however, peoples for all ages have contributed. You could also checked Scratch Wiki for references.



:wq
scratchautopark
New to Scratch
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Hi Everyone
new to scratch followed a link from the free online CS50 Computer science course
recommended scratch as a good way to start problem solving and learning about the concepts of programming
Look forward to trying out scratch!

OneWorldGaming
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Hi,
I am OneWorld
I joined scratch about a month ago and I've uploaded a project: http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/14362852/
-OneWorld
Peace out
sidd_dixit
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Hi,
I am kind of new to scratch, however I have been on scratch for nearly 3 months now, I have made one working game on scratch already. Hope you enjoy, it here is the url: http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/15027849/
Please tell me if I can make it any better or if there are any bugs.

Bye
Cleverbrain
Scratcher
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Hi I am not a new scratcher but I'd like to introduce myself to new scratchers


Hi I am the The one and only Cleverbrain Click here to head to my profiel/ I like making Platformers and Animation( but I am not good at drawing).
zat3333
Scratcher
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Hello, I am zat3333 and I just started scratch. I am having lots of fun making programs. I like to read and play with my brothers.
AgentLuigi3
New to Scratch
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LacyGirls wrote:

Hi!

We're new to Scratch, and having a little trouble with our first project, which is a tennis game. It is still a work in progress, but we can't stop the game once the time limit has finished. Instead of the stage switching at zero, our timer variable continues on to minus numbers and the game keeps going. Any ideas? We've tried scripting next background and blocks to select the background we want, but to no avail.

Thanks,
LacyGirls

If you use
if <(timer) = [100]> then

end
then you can stop the game when it reaches 100 seconds! Hope I helped!

And DON'T JUDGE BECAUSE I'M A NEW SCRATCHER. I HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH CODE.
AgentLuigi3
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TeamJG wrote:

Hi, I am new to Scratch - but I like that it is so simple to get started!
I have one question: is it not possible to use procedures/ functions?
Yes, it is possible if you use the repeat loops under the control tab:
when [space v] key pressed
repeat until <(???) = [5]>

move (10) steps
end
AgentLuigi3
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TeamJG wrote:

Hi, I am new to Scratch - but I like that it is so simple to get started!
I have one question: is it not possible to use procedures/ functions?
Yes, it is possible if you use the repeat loops under the control tab:
when [space v] key pressed
repeat until <(???) = [5]>

move (10) steps
end
itsjakethebear347
Scratcher
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Hi Folks. I'm A New Scratcher And I make Awesome Stuff. Enough Said. Probably Not.

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