A Guide to Working With Visual Logic
A Guide to Working with Visual Logic is a counterpart to Visual Logic, a simple but powerful tool for teaching programming logic and design without traditional high-level programming language syntax. Visual Logic uses flowcharts to explain essential programming concepts, including variables, input, assignment, output, conditions, loops, procedures, graphics, arrays, and files.
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