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Flow Control Structures

The programmer’s tools to get a computer to do something/ take a specific action. There are 3 Flow Control Structures in code: Sequence, Conditionals, and Loops.

Sequence

Also called order of events.


Sequence is the order


you write your code in.

Loops

a repeating of a line of code written. In Scratch think of the Repeat button or Forever Button.

Conditionals

The "if you do this, then this happens" statements in code.

Algorithm

Set of Steps in a specific order not necessarily in computer code to complete a task

Event

an action that causes something else to happen in a computer program.
Event handler
bit of code that listens for a discrete event and executes a given reaction when the event occurs.