More math functions and learning how to use comments. This may seem useless, but believe me, when you writing real programme it'll be a long one. Comments can save as a lot of time and help understand what we were going to do in this particular part of code or what someone else were doing. Really helpful.
The "do while loop" consists of a process symbol and a condition. First, the code within the block is executed, and then the condition is evaluated. If the condition is true the code within the block is executed again. This repeats until the condition becomes false.
If Bucky's tutorials are not good enough for you or maybe you want to expand your knowledge about previous films, you can use this site. It's all in written form there, but it's made by University teacher and was awarded a NetGuide Gold Award during the 1990s.
In advance of Computer Science Education Week, which kicks off on Monday, Code.org has brought together some of the biggest names in the tech industry to teach everyone to code. All it takes is an hour to start learning.
Programming has bored you already? Don't quit!
This motivational film with more or less famous (but all wealthy) will cheer you right up.
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