LOGO was created in 1967 for educational use, is a computer programming language with functional programming capability.
This version of LOGO is an interpreted language, but isn't a lite version.
Functional programming with global and local variables is implemented.
You can test calculations with polish notation, test recursively, and use arrays.
LOGO is not a language for programming a real application, instead it is a teaching language.
- fix some bugs
- add 2 buttons (penup/pendown, showturtle/hideturtule, cleanall)
Ratings and Reviews
Retro and Nostalgic
It wasn't until recently did I, at 30 years old, realize that when we "played" with logo in my computer class in elementary school that we were learning. Not only were we learning but we were learning math. Not only were we learning math, we were learning programming. I didn't have the problem the previous reviewers mentioned about intuitiveness, but I can see how this program would benefit by being more intuitive (however that can be done). Regardless, I have very much enjoyed this in a much different way than I enjoyed it when I was 8.
In the first 5 minutes of play, so far, so good
I have used, taught, and thourohgly enjoyed the original Logo, so I thought I’d give this a shot. It’s been years, but it seems to be just like riding a bike. I hope I feel the same way later, because I really want to have fun teaching it to my grandkids. So far, all the original commands are producing the desired results, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed.
Relly good app
you need to get this!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.