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The Logo Programming Language (also known as the LPL) is a language written in Scratch Code, using various art blocks created using ScratchX. It is also used in profile logos, signatures, and studio icons.
It has been reported that it is one of the top 2 most difficult programs  because of the amount of turtles crawling around the screen. Logo is also a very expensive program as it costs 51,488,000,000,000 NT Dollars to buy the program. Uploads give the Scratch Team 1 energy unit for a still logo, and 15 energy units for new gif logos. This is why the Scratch Team force everyone on Scratch to have a gif for their logo. It has also been reported that one pixel can use up to 999YB of computer space, though this has only happened once.
How to Use
Using the Logo editor is extremely complicated. To use, you must do the following steps in order.
- Open the program
- Enter your account information
- Change your password to, "Turtle"
- Click, "Create"
- Set the dimensions of the project (you have to use a 1:1 ratio, or the program crashes creating turtles that fly out of your screen)
Please note, you must do the artwork, pixel by pixel.
- Enter the pixel coordinates you want to start in.
- Set a color by entering its unique color code.
- When set, click, "Place pixel". The pixel has now been placed.
- Click, "Move on" to go to the next pixel.
If a mistake has been made, you must click, "Reset", in which you have to pay another 2,896,200 Euros. However, an easy workaround is to simply restart the entire program, where all of your work will be erased.
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