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Barcodes in other languages
May 13, 2018
8:49 am
David
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I want to show the six default barcode programs in EdBlocks, EdWare and EdPy so that I can show my students how each language works and give them a sense of how both the complexity and power increases as you move up the chain.  I have pulled what samples I can together but I'm only guessing at some of these programs.  I was wondering if anyone else has already put something like this together.

Here is a very rough idea of what I am talking about edison program summary

p.s. how in the world do you attach files to these forums!

May 14, 2018
10:17 am
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Here is a cleaned up version of my initial idea.  I put in an outline of the program along with the barcode and EdBlock equivelent (or as close as you can get with EdBlock).

Basic program guide

May 15, 2018
10:02 am
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Hi David

That looks great!

We have some of the barcode programs in EdBlocks in the "Load Demos" section of the menu

You can find all of the barcode programs in EdWare by going to: Menu->Load then clicking the drop down at the top of the box and selecting "EdBook1 - You're a controller" from the menu

I have passed your document onto our content creation team to have a look at.

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