Python: Kids show you RurPle and EasyGUI (German / English subtitles) [ID:057]

a series of video-tutorials by Horst Jens and battlelinus

Kids from my Python class show you how to learn Python using RurPle and EasyGUI please note that all videos in this series are in German language but have subtitles in English.

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You can find out more information in the Wiki
(both in English and German).

The Python class started at http://www.profikids.at and continues now at spielend-programmieren

Video Tutorials

1. python: Chen shows hot to use a defined fuction in RUR-PLE (German / English subtitles)

This video is in German language and has subtitles in English. Das Video ist in deutscher Sprache mit englischen Untertiteln. speaker: Chen (10) Chen shows how to use a defined function in the programming language Python using the graphical Python Learning Environment Rur-PLE. The little robot know only the commands move and turn_left. Chen has already defined 2 functions, m for move and turn_r [...]

2. python: Lexi shows and edit the GUI module Easygui (German / English subtitles)

This video is in German language and has subtitles in English. Das Video ist in deutscher Sprache mit englischen Untertiteln. speaker: Lexi (11) Lexi shows how to install, use and edit the 3rd party module Easygui and displays a simple messagebox. Later he edit the code of the module itself to alter the font size. For more information and for the source code, see the Wiki License: Creative Comm [...]

3. Python: Leo shows how the Buttonbox function of EasyGui (German / English subtitles)

This video is in German language and has subtitles in English. Das Video ist in deutscher Sprache mit englischen Untertiteln. speaker: Leo (10) Leo shows how to look up, write and test a function. He writes a little Python program using the 3rd party module Easygui and demonstrate the buttonbox function. After creating a box with 3 buttons he test all the possible user-actions. The program is [...]

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