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December 10, 2018 — -Choklit- as Scratch Curator
-Choklit- has been chosen as the three-hundred-thirty-fifth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate -Choklit- on their profile!
December 3, 2018 — squirmyfortherun as Scratch Curator
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November 26, 2018 — Hopeshine as Scratch Curator
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November 20, 2018 — NilsTheBest as Scratch Curator
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November 12, 2018 — tarekzaki as Scratch Curator
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Comment (programming feature)
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A comment in Scratch 3.0.
Gobo
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A back-view of Gobo.
Stop Sign
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The green flag and stop button in Scratch 3.0.


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Although Scratch is designed for people totally new to programming, it can still be a challenging program to wield. Consisting of a script, paint, and sound editor, it has complexity to its structure. This tutorial is aimed at individuals completely new to all programming and looking to understand the concepts of Scratch.

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The Scratch Wiki is a free, collaboratively-written wiki that provides information about the Scratch programming language and its website, history, and phenomena surrounding it. The wiki is supported by the international Scratch Wiki community, and is mainly edited by Scratchers. The Scratch Wiki is a popular source of information for scripts and tutorials, and it continues to grow as Scratchers use it as their primary source of information.

For German-speakers, there is the DACH-Scratch Wiki, available here. It is run separately from the English wiki. It currently has over 650 articles. There are also other, smaller wikis.

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