Programming 2 7/6/15
Today we learned about different codes. The if/else code has the ability of doing something, and the else returns that action. (Ex.) If a rabbit jumps up and down, the horse will walk forward and backward. The other coding practice is the WHILE code. The WHILE code can make an action infinite. If you program a rabbit to jump up and down, it will keep repeating the action. You could also add text for a character to say, and the character will repeat the line of text over and over again. The Do Together code is the most helpful in my opinion. The Do Together code allows one character to do an action, and another to think, speak, or do an action.