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Open source programming languages for kids

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 64.81.141.153] on December 21, 2008 11:36 PM
Scheme: a ten-year old can understand Scheme. Since Scheme programs are also Scheme data, it helps prevent students from thinking of programming languages as black-boxes. Scheme data types are simple and powerful. There are numerous GUI environments for Scheme, for example PLT Scheme.

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