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Robert Collier [email protected] Introduction to Computer Game Design COMP1501 Processing Demo
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Introduction to Processing every Processing "Sketch" you create is actually a Subclass of the PApplet Java Class this means you are Essentially writing Java (albeit with many important Java considerations obscured) 2 "Processing" is a Programming Language with its own Integrated Development Environment
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Introduction to Processing Processing is a way for Novice Programmers to be Introduced to Computer Programming it is Used in this Course because our Objectives are more concerned with Elements of Good Design than with Development in any Specific Language 3
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Java / Python Distinctions Java (and by Extension Processing )... ...uses Brackets and Indenting to Identify Blocks Lines of Java must be Ended with Semicolons and Instead of using Tabs or Spaces to specify the lines that belong in the Body of a Branch , Loop , or Function , Curly Brackets are Required 4
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Java / Python Distinctions Java (and by
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