Turtle Graphics

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In the early 1980's a programming language called Turtle Graphics used to be taught as a way of introducing people to programming on the BBC Microcomputer. Its goal was to provide an introduction to programming using a language that provided instant visual gratification.

http://turtlegraphics.codeplex.com/

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