At the beginning of September in Computer Science Class we first started off learning about Snap Berkeley.Snap! is a drag and drop programming environment developed by Jens Mönig and Brian Harvey. Snap! is a descendant of Scratch and adds a number of key features like creating custom blocks, recursion, and running in a browser. We have learned in snap that the computer is ables to read whatever blocks we put together and also we can create anything in shape for exampe we have made a square in snap and also it can play game ,for example we had to guesss a number from 1-10 and when we were right the code in snap will stop us from guessing.One of the hardest chanlleges I've faced in snap was creating the pong game, that was a really difficult task to complete.Neocities.
Over the course of time we had also learned about programming langueages.A programming language is a formal constructed language designed to communicate instructions to a machine, particularly a computer. Programming languages can be used to create programs to control the behavior of a machine or to express algorithms. The programming language that wrote about was Earlang.The high-level languages (such as Basic, C, Java) are much simpler (more 'English-like') to use but need to use another program (a compiler or an interpreter) to convert the high-level code into the machine code, and are therefore slower. There are dozens of programming languages and new ones are being continuously developed. Also called computer language.Lying between machine languages and high-level languages are languages called assembly languages. Assembly languages are similar to machine languages, but they are much easier to program in because they allow a programmer to substitute namesfor numbers. Machine languages consist of numbers only.
We have also learned about Css (Cascading Style Sheet) AND HTML ( HyperText Markup Language) but you can get many information about those on my link pages about these topics.
How i feel over the past time about Computer science.
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