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This updated guide supports an innovative approach to fundamental programming concepts. The authors use program visualization to create an easy relationship between program construct and the animation action in a 3D world. For consistency with Java, C++, and other commonly used languages, "questions" are now "functions." Save and reload bugs have been fixed. Fonts can be scaled larger or smaller. High contrast mode is available for projection in the classroom. A useful how-to guide for programmers interested in learning Alice.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Alice|
|Getting Started with Alice|
|Program Design and Implementation|
|Programming: Putting Together the Pieces|
|Object-oriented and Event-driven Programming Concepts|
|Classes, Objects, Methods, and Parameters|
|Interaction: Events and Event Handling|
|Using Questions and Control Statements|
|Functions and If/Else|
|Repetition: Definite and Indefinite Loops|
|Lists and List Processing|
|Variables and Revisiting Inheritance|
|Managing the Alice Interface|
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