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  • ...sed|Community Guidelines}}[[File:Terms Of Use.PNG|thumb|right|The Terms of Use page.]] ...d to projects uploaded to the Scratch website. The actual Scratch Terms of Use can be viewed [https://scratch.mit.edu/terms_of_use/ here].
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  • ...d to the design, libraries, and documentation, as well as online mentoring of Snap''!'' users.) ...r the Snap''!'' target audience. In every case, the Scratch Team was aware of the possibilities that they decided to omit. Nothing in this article is mea
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  • ...ations. They have been boiled down into [[Project Types|six main genres]], of which the most common are [[Game Projects|games]] and [[Animation Projects| As of March 2019, there are over 38 million shared projects on the [[Scratch Webs
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  • ...uidelines on the Scratch Wiki|Scratch Wiki:Guidelines}}{{confused|Terms of Use}} ...atch Etiquette|etiquette rules]] that should be followed, but are not part of the Community Guidelines. The guidelines can be viewed [https://scratch.mit
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  • [[File:ScratchCat3.0.svg|200px|thumb|An SVG rendering of the Scratch Cat from Scratch 3.0.]] [[File:Scratch 1.4 and 2.0 Bitmap SC Comparison.png|thumb|A comparison of the Scratch 1.x [[Raster Graphics|bitmap]] and 2.0 [[Vector Graphics|vector
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  • ...When Green Flag Clicked (block)|When Green Flag Clicked]] at the beginning of them. * [[List]]: A way for storing multiple pieces of information in one place, along with other uses.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Terms of Use]]
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  • ...generate intricate fractal graphics (shapes that include smaller versions of themselves). Recursion is a basic computational building block. Many struct ...actal v]</scratchblocks>|caption=Using the alternative broadcasting method of recursion in Scratch 2.0.}}
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  • ...here seems to be many professional versions released in the 2000's-->Some of the Smalltalk implementations include: ...from version 1.0 up to Scratch 1.4. [[Scratch 2.0]] used [[Flash]] instead of Squeak Smalltalk, and [[Scratch 3.0]] is written in HTML5 and JavaScript.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Terms of Use]]
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  • ...n [[Scratch 2.0]]'s method. Scratch 1.4's method is visible in the archive of this page, [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|oldid=47559}} here]. ...new sprite, and the paint editor will open for drawing its image. Exit out of the paint editor and the sprite is hidden; its image is complete transparen
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  • This is the '''Scratch Terms Glossary'''; it lists many words related to anything to do with Scratch, fr ...ussion Forums|Scratch Forums]], to do with advanced and technical features of [[Scratch]]
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  • ...Scratch Program and Website|Scratch Update History|the different versions of Scratch|Scratch Versions}} ...366CC; color:#ffffff; font-size:120%; padding:1em;" align="center" | Table of Contents
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  • ...sed|Community Guidelines}}[[File:Terms Of Use.PNG|thumb|right|The Terms of Use page.]] ...d to projects uploaded to the Scratch website. The actual Scratch Terms of Use can be viewed [https://scratch.mit.edu/terms_of_use/ here].
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  • ...rms please see the [https://scratch.mit.edu/terms_of_use/ Scratch terms of use]. '''Terms''' could also refer to:
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  • ...otherwise complex calculations. For example, finding out the new position of a [[sprite]] after it has moved some distance given its direction is imposs ...tically measured. It is a powerful tool, and has applications in all sorts of fields.
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  • == Types of Graphics == ...or]]. The new pen tool renders a spline (mathematical curve) through a set of control points. The control points can be dragged later on to modify a shap
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  • ...he licensed content, in this case, the project. This is a legal prevention of [[Project Downloading#Locking Downloads|locking downloads or remixes]].
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  • ..., as it breaks the Scratch [https://scratch.mit.edu/terms_of_use/ Terms of Use].<ref>https://scratch.mit.edu/users/Paddle2See/#comments-14825028</ref>
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  • ...software which provides some service to computers on a network. In context of the internet, a server stores all the content and code required to run a we ...ent types of services that servers share with clients. A protocol in terms of networking is a standardized format for transferring data from one computer
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