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Hello author,

Does this book focus on any particular language or does it give a feel to code for that age group,keeping a side the language thing?

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Ashish.
 
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Hello!

The book uses Java but because of the way it's structured, much of the code begins in pseudocode anyway as the character learns the finer points of the language. But Java is named and there are some things specific to Java in the book
 
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Hello author,

Does this book focus on any particular language or does it give a feel to code for that age group,keeping a side the language thing?

Cheers,
Ashish.  



I would say langues are immaterial when introducing the concepts to the school children,that's my opinion, lets hear it from the author.

Thanks
Sundar
 
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Aimee Lucido wrote:Hello!

The book uses Java but because of the way it's structured, much of the code begins in pseudocode anyway as the character learns the finer points of the language. But Java is named and there are some things specific to Java in the book



Thank you Author.
 
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meenakshi sundar wrote:

Hello author,

Does this book focus on any particular language or does it give a feel to code for that age group,keeping a side the language thing?

Cheers,
Ashish.  



I would say langues are immaterial when introducing the concepts to the school children,that's my opinion, lets hear it from the author.

Thanks
Sundar



I totally agree to the fact that languages are immaterial while learning at that age, But I Was curious being a Java Lover
 
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