For the list of programming languages on Rosetta Code, see Category:Programming Languages.
This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
Programming Language is a programming language and the name of its official IDE that runs on top of Scratch (however, a standalone compiler, independent of Scratch, exists at the IDE's website), originally released on April 16th, 2020 by Scratch user Death-Eye, and last updated on May 12th, 2020. It is officially described as a low-level programming language, similar to assembly code, as only inputs, outputs, variables, and simple conditional jumps are available. However, it is not a true low-level programming language.
For each example, a version to type and a "compiled" version (the program is not actually compiled, "compiled" programs are essentially just pieces of code modified so they can be imported) to import is provided so the code can be entered into the official IDE in any possible way without having to convert between one or the other.
In each "build" number, the first part is the last two digits of the year, the second part is the number of the month, and the third part is the day of the month. For instance, in build 20108, which was released on January 8th, 2020, the first part is "20", which means 2020, the second part is "1", which means January, and the third part is "08", which means the 8th of the month.
- 2.0 - May 12th, 2020
- Original version - Apr 16th, 2020