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codeskulptor 3

CodeSkulptor 3 is a browser-based Python interpreter that implements a subset of Python 3 with the addition of three graphical libraries: SimpleGui, SimpleMap, and SimplePlot. It is a popular tool for teaching and learning Python, and is used in the online course “Fundamentals of Computing”.

CodeSkulptor 3 is easy to use: simply create a new program and start typing. You can run your program at any time by clicking the “Run” button. CodeSkulptor 3 also provides a variety of debugging tools to help you find and fix errors in your code.

To get started with CodeSkulptor 3, visit the CodeSkulptor website: Once there, click the “Create New” button to create a new program. You will then be presented with a text editor where you can type your code.

To write a simple program in CodeSkulptor 3, you can use the following steps:

  1. Import the necessary libraries. For example, if you want to create a graphical program, you will need to import the SimpleGui library.
  2. Define any functions that you need.
  3. Create the main function of your program.
  4. Inside the main function, write the code that you want to execute.
  5. To run your program, click the “Run” button.

Here is an example of a simple CodeSkulptor 3 program:


import simplegui

message = "Hello, world!"

def draw(canvas):
    canvas.draw_text(message, [50, 112], 48, "Red")

frame = simplegui.create_frame("Home", 300, 200)

This program will create a new window with the text “Hello, world!” displayed in red.

CodeSkulptor 3 is a powerful tool for learning and using Python. It is easy to use and provides a variety of features that make it ideal for both beginners and experienced programmers.

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