I’ve seen a lot of people write off this site as “anti-scratch,” but I think it’s worth noting that this site has been around since 1997 and is very popular.
This site is a treasure trove of the history of scratch programming.
It’s a great place to start learning how to do it, but the site has also been a great resource for people who are new to programming and want to get started.
The first program I’ve posted on this site was made by an anonymous poster.
You can start with one of the introductory programs: “How to get a scratch program going.”
Then, you can learn how to create your own program using the free scratch programming software, Scratch.
There are many different ways to get scratch programming started, and you’ll find the basics here and a few more advanced programs.
For more information about scratch, visit http://scratchprogramming.org.
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