C Block

Introduction

C block is a block that is shaped like a “C”, so other blocks can fit inside it. These blocks perform the conditions and loops.

Shape

C blocks have a “mouth” (it looks like the letter “C”, hence the name) — the blocks that will be played with the C block go in these mouths. All but one of the C blocks consist of one mouth — the other, If () Then, Else, consists of two mouths. When any of the other C blocks are dragged over a stack of blocks — if the C is empty — its mouth extends to wrap around them.

C Block

 

Uses

As C blocks are for checks and loops, they are used almost everywhere.

This work, “C Block”, is a derivative of “C Block” by Scratch, used under CC BY-SA 4.0. “C Block” is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 by STEMpedia.

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