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Laboratory Report Cover Sheet DeVry University College of Engineering and Information Sciences Course Number: CEIS100 Professor: Wu Laboratory Number: Laboratory Title: Experimenting with Scratch—Game Programming Submittal Date: Objectives: To explore new programming languages, in this case, scratch. Results: I introduced two characters, Kitty and Donald. They’re basically greeting themselves to you, Prof. Wu. Then, they proceed to a classroom and talk about how excited they are to learn more about programming. Then, they feel like going to the movie theaters, so they go. And that is
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Unformatted text preview: where my short clip ends. I attached the program along with this word document. Conclusions: Well, I have plenty of experience using scratch, and I understand Scratch is probably the easiest programming method. It’s a lot of fun because basically the sky is the limit with what you want to do with anything. You can create your own characters and own backgrounds. You can even add your own sounds but I didn’t think it was necessary for this....
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