Category:Educational programming languages

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Educational programming languages are programming languages designed to introduce people with no formal computer experience to programmers. They are usually high-level, imperative, procedural programming languages.

Educational programming languages should offer a complete abstraction over the underlying hardware and operating system, being completely untied to them and requiring no formal computer architecture knowledge. Their syntax should be easy and many designers agree that dynamic typing should be supported. Examples of such languages are BASIC, ABC, Pico and Logo.

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