## Discuss Scratch

BearSlothCoding
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### What To Learn After Scratch

BerryCake11 wrote:

Hello! I Think Snap! Is A Good Okay Site.
Agreed. Unless you get to the point where you are genuinely bored with Scratch, Snap! isn't going to be too much fun. Once you do reach that point though, things might change.

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LandonHarter
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AppleScript is something fun to tinker with. It’s easier than it looks to understand.
Unlike other programming languages, witch are like
`if varA > varB {varA = varB + 25;varB = varA - 30;} else {varB = varA + 50;}var output = [varA, varB] `
AppleScript is more like
`if varA > varB thenset varA to varB + 25set varB to varA - 30elseset varB to varA + 50end ifset output to {varA, varB}`
It is more literal, and therefore easier to understand.

If you’re actually going to program something, try Swift instead. Speaking of, that first script was in Swift.

LandonHarter

Wettining
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LandonHarter wrote:

AppleScript is something fun to tinker with. It’s easier than it looks to understand.
Unlike other programming languages, witch are like
`if varA > varB {varA = varB + 25;varB = varA - 30;} else {varB = varA + 50;}var output = [varA, varB] `
AppleScript is more like
`if varA > varB thenset varA to varB + 25set varB to varA - 30elseset varB to varA + 50end ifset output to {varA, varB}`
It is more literal, and therefore easier to understand.

If you’re actually going to program something, try Swift instead. Speaking of, that first script was in Swift.
That looks a lot like QuickBasic or FreeBasic lol
These are two good languages to start out with too btw (FreeBasic is good for if you want to delve a little into C)
Slyther1n_1968
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I don't know what to learn after Scratch I want a text programming language so I could eventually create my own website when I'm older

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Bacteria999
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### What To Learn After Scratch

Slyther1n_1968 wrote:

I don't know what to learn after Scratch I want a text programming language so I could eventually create my own website when I'm older
You don't need to grow up to learn other programming languages. Before Scratch, children programmed in textual programming languages.

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Slyther1n_1968
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Ok but what is a useful text programming for beginners that is easier than Python?

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Maximouse
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### What To Learn After Scratch

Slyther1n_1968 wrote:

Ok but what is a useful text programming for beginners that is easier than Python?
Tosh, which is basically text-based Scratch.

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It's impressive how many suggestions are duplicates!
ninjaMAR
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TheNintendoFan2020
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I know this does not have to do with programming languages but you could use Super Mario 64 knowledge from pannekoek2012

BearSlothCoding
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TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

I know this does not have to do with programming languages
Which is literally what this topic is about…

TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

but you could use Super Mario 64 knowledge from pannekoek2012
What are you saying?

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EveryPizza
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### What To Learn After Scratch

python.

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Yeetoburro1
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Python is very cool once you get the hang of it. (And by that, I mean taking a 12 week class)
TheNintendoFan2020
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BearSlothCoding wrote:

TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

I know this does not have to do with programming languages
Which is literally what this topic is about…

TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

but you could use Super Mario 64 knowledge from pannekoek2012
What are you saying?
He/She does not have to.

LankyBox01
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https://tosh.blob.codes/
If you know scratch, you don't need to spend time learning it.
It's text-based scratch.

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BearSlothCoding
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TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

He/She does not have to.
And how is this beneficial? What good is knowing about a video game from over a decade ago?

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TheNintendoFan2020
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BearSlothCoding wrote:

TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

He/She does not have to.
And how is this beneficial? What good is knowing about a video game from over a decade ago?
You can speedrun it better, and grow your brain.

ElsieBreeze
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TheNintendoFan2020 wrote:

You can speedrun it better, and grow your brain.

As for some good languages to learn,
- Python
- JavaScript
- Ruby
- Lua

Are all languages that should be somewhat easy to learn.

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An_Alien_In_Disguise
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Slyther1n_1968 wrote:

I don't know what to learn after Scratch I want a text programming language so I could eventually create my own website when I'm older
U should probably learn HTML and CSS. But, if u r planning to be a game dev in future learn C#. I'm planning to take Game dev as my career that's why I've learned C#. But before learning C# it would be better if u learn C or C++.

An_Alien_In_Disguise
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Slyther1n_1968 wrote:

Ok but what is a useful text programming for beginners that is easier than Python?
Everyone says to start with Python or Javascript. But I started with C++ and it was actually easy.

Maximouse
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An_Alien_In_Disguise wrote:

Slyther1n_1968 wrote:

Ok but what is a useful text programming for beginners that is easier than Python?
Everyone says to start with Python or Javascript. But I started with C++ and it was actually easy.
C++ is actually quite hard compared to other programming languages. It's not machine code though.