The block is used to draw an outline of the circle or a filled circle of a specified radius and center position on evive TFT display. It takes the center and the radius of the circle from the user and draws an outline of a circle.
The block is used to draw an outline of the ellipse or a filled ellipse of a specified X length, Y length and center position on evive TFT display. It takes the color, center, X length and Y length of the ellipse from the user and draws an ellipse.
This block is used to draw the outline or a filled rectangle with rounded corners. It takes the following parameters as input: fill/draw, starting coordinates, width, height, the radius at corners and color. It draws a rectangle rounded at edges where the radius is input by the user.
The block is used to draw an outline of the triangle or a filled triangle from three points on evive TFT display. It takes the color and the 3 points for the corner of the triangle to draws a triangle.
Blocks are puzzle-piece shapes that are used to create code in Scratch. The blocks connect to each other vertically like a jigsaw puzzle, where each data type (hat block, stack block, reporter block, boolean block, or cap block) has its own shape and a specially shaped slot for it to be inserted into, which prevents syntax errors.
The block palette is an area of the graphical user interface located between the stage, sprite pane and scripting area. The blocks are located to the right of the categories, which can be clicked to automatically scroll to that category. The whole list can be scrolled through.
A Boolean block is an elongated hexagonal block shaped after the boolean elements in flowcharts. A boolean block contains a condition. When the block is invoked, it acts as a reporter block, reporting “true” or “false” string values or the numbers “1” and “0” depending on their usage in a script.