We wanted to teach people how to code.
What it does
The user is given a choice to learn how to do thing like printing a statement, getting a user input, declaring and storing values inside of a variable, etc. Depending on which one they choose, they are given instructions on what they want to learn and then are prompted to follow the situation that we described to them and apply what they have learned.
How we built it
In replit, we used a while loop to continue the program until the user chose to end it. If the user wanted to continue they were prompted with a set of syntaxes and depending on what the user inputted, we called certain functions to meet the user's request.
Challenges we ran into
Figuring out what values had to be returned from functions were the most challenging part of this program.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Being able to even finish this program.
What we learned
We learned that it is very difficult to explain how to write code in a way to make it more interactive and enjoyable.
What's next for Tribop - How to Code in Java - Beginner Challenge
Teaching the user to write different statements and being more flexible on how the user formats their code.
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