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|A reporter block is a block that reports a value. These can be anything, from numbers to strings. Unlike stack blocks, reporter blocks cannot be placed directly above or below another block. Instead, they are dropped into an input; then when Scratch runs the block into which the reporter block has been dropped, it will first run the reporter block to find the value of the input.|
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