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StartProgramming -- 开始编程之旅

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# 1. StartProgramming

## 1.1. Preface序

The intent of this book is to introduce computer programming to a complete beginner.

That said, it has been a long time since I learned many of these ideas myself. If something is unclear, or if you think I am explaining the obvious, please let me know so that I can fix the problem for the next reader.

Also, as you read the book, keep this in mind:

You cannot learn to program by reading a book. You must write code. Lots of code.

So as you read, certainly try the examples, but if the book inspires an idea of your own, by all means work on that for a while. The book will be here. You can always come back and pick up where you were.

Play. Have fun. See what you can do. Then come back and read some more. It is the best way to learn.

## 1.2. Chapter 0 Introduction

• ["SP-0-1"] Why?

• ["SP-0-2"] What

• ["SP-0-3"] Tools

• ["SP-0-4"] Place

## 1.3. Chapter 1 Interact

• ["SP-1-1"] Interpreter

• ["SP-1-2"] Names

• ["SP-1-3"] Compare

• ["SP-1-4"] Control

• ["SP-1-5"] Loops

• ["SP-1-6"] Functions

• ["SP-1-7"] Lists

• ["SP-1-8"] Help

• ["SP-1-9"] Exercises

## 1.4. Chapter 2 Modules

• ["SP-2-1"] Import

• ["SP-2-2"] Random

• ["SP-2-3"] Namespaces

• ["SP-2-4"] Functions

• ["SP-2-5"] Classes

• ["SP-2-6"] Exercises

## 1.5. Chapter 3 Demo

• ["SP-3-1"] Ball

• ["SP-3-2"] Demo

• ["SP-3-3"] Exercises

## 1.6. Chapter 4 Pong

• ["SP-4-2"] Ball

• ["SP-4-3"] Game

• ["SP-4-4"] Tweak

• ["SP-4-5"] Exercises

## 1.7. Chapter 5 Frog

• ["SP-5-1"] Hop Hop

• ["SP-5-2"] Sploosh

• ["SP-5-3"] Vroom

• ["SP-5-4"] Rolling

• ["SP-5-5"] Variation

• ["SP-5-6"] Exercises

# 2. 缘起

## 2.2. 目标

[http://staff.easthighschool.net/lee/computers/book/Start_Programming.html (Start_Programming)原文]，感谢Lee的辛勤工作。

thinker

# 3. 反馈

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