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Scratch is a simple coding website that anyone can Code on, I have 1 Sucessful game called 'Ghost Busters' Go and type Sun_Coder on scratch to find my realeased projects :)

Using Scratch is not coding.

It's drag and drop.

It's a nice introduction to coding terms and whatnot, but not actual coding.

I think it's alright, people make cool games with it.

Using Scratch is not coding.

It's drag and drop.

It's a nice introduction to coding terms and whatnot, but not actual coding.

I think it's alright, people make cool games with it.

 Not necessarily. It's coding, but it just has a user interface that make it easy to use. You could technically code Minecraft on it.

Using Scratch is not coding.

It's drag and drop.

It's a nice introduction to coding terms and whatnot, but not actual coding.

I think it's alright, people make cool games with it.

 Not necessarily. It's coding, but it just has a user interface that make it easy to use. You could technically code Minecraft on it.

It's actually called VPL, or a visual programming language. Coding refers to Computer programming, which according to Wikipedia is "the process of designing, writing, testing, debugging / troubleshooting, and maintaining the source code of computer programs". While I think Scratch is a great introduction to coding. I'm not entirely sure coding Minecraft would be possible. It (and almost all of Java code, for that matter) is reliant on the use of classes, which Scratch doesn't support in addition to many other features. I think Scratch is a fantastic platform to learn fundamentals, but it's not used for larger scale projects.

I personally prefer java script. there is this cool website I used to learn how to code with it. It is called codehs.com . Scratch is just simple slide this to do this and stuff like that. java script entails using functions booleans and if statements. Plus Codehs is free so i suggest you try it out if you are interested in real coding.

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