So you want to learn about pencil code? Start here


So you want to learn about Pencil Code? Start here: a blog that explains how to use Pencil Code.

Pencil Code is a programming language for making drawings, 2D and 3D animations, games, and simulations. You can write programs on the web or from your desktop. You can create drawings using code and share them with others.

You can use Pencil Code in your browser, or you can download it to your computer, so that you can program without an internet connection.

The best way to start is to follow the tutorial (see sidebar). If your question is not answered there, then try the tricks page (also see sidebar) or ask on the forum.

Pencil Code is a web-based programming environment for learning, exploring and creating with code.

READING THIS BLOG

This blog is for educators, parents, and students who want to learn how to use Pencil Code.

The blog has two sections: LESSONS and ARTICLES

LESSONS are tutorials that show you step-by-step how to do things with Pencil Code.

ARTICLES offer background information about the ideas behind Pencil Code.

THE LESSON MENU

You can read the lessons in any order, or skip some of them.

We recommend that new users start with:

Getting Started

Writing code in pencil code is fun and easy. The first step is to open a new project.

The first step is to open a new project. After you create your first program, click on the “start” button to run it.

You can also write code using the text editor. If you want to use the command line interface, click on the “run” button in the top left corner of your screen.

After you create your first program, click on the “start” button to run it.

After you create your first program, click on the “start” button to run it.

After you create your first program, click on the “start” button to run it.

The next step is to save your changes by clicking on the “create” button at the top of this page. Clicking this will take you back to the project’s main page where you’ll see all of its contents:

Welcome to the Pencil Code blog!

Pencil Code is a block-based coding language for kids. It’s one of the best tools we’ve found for learning about complex topics like variables, conditionals, and functions.

The main Pencil Code website is at pencilcode.net, but it can be difficult to figure out where to get started. This blog will help you learn how to use Pencil Code, by walking you through a series of projects that teach you about different aspects of the language.

If you’re new to Pencil Code, start with the first project, which teaches you the basics of programming in Pencil Code.

Pencil Code is a full-featured JavaScript editor that makes it easy to draw, animate, and play with code.

Pencil Code is a project of Nonprofit Open Technology Institute, part of the Center for Democracy & Technology. If you like Pencil Code, please support our work by donating on this Paypal page.

The project was started by Jeffrey Elkner in 2010 and is now being developed by Neal Kaskela.

Pencil Code is an open source programming language for doing art and math. You can teach your children to program, write your own video games, do math, art and animation, and make music. Pencil Code is made for kids (and adults) who have already learned to read, but it’s easy enough to use as a tool for learning to read.

Pencil Code is based on JavaScript and Processing, with extensions for 2D and 3D graphics. It combines the easy-to-use graphical interface of Scratch with the power of JavaScript and Processing. Pencil Code runs on Windows, Mac OS and Chromebooks.

Do you create a video game?

Do you want to?

Do you wonder how people make video games?

Do you wonder how they make animations?

Do you wonder how they make things move on the screen?

Learn more here.


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