Karel is a historical programming language created in 1981. Karel is an educational programming language for beginners, created by Richard E. Pattis in his book Karel The Robot: A Gentle Introduction to the Art of Programming. Pattis used the language in his courses at Stanford University, California. Read more on Wikipedia...
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Example code from Wikipedia:
BEGINNING-OF-PROGRAM DEFINE turnRight AS BEGIN turnLeft; turnLeft; turnLeft; END BEGINNING-OF-EXECUTION ITERATE 3 TIMES BEGIN turnRight; move END turnoff END-OF-EXECUTION END-OF-PROGRAM
Last updated October 14th, 2019