Name: [025] Francois Schnell
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Introduction to PataPata [ID:034] (3/3)

in series: Miscellaneous Python Videos

video tutorial by Francois Schnell, added 03/07

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The PataPata project is an experiment focusing on taking ideas from Squeak and Self and moving them to Python, as well as trying to go beyond the ideas in a Pythonic and educational constructivist way. It also aspires to help people build microworlds and other learning tools for the Python platform, using a prototype-based programming approach.

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Uploaded 15th June 2006, running time 6:41, file size 20mb.

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5. Bob McGhee Tue, 17 Aug 2010 20:29

Thanks for the clear explanation of patapata.

This was my first exposure and it was quite

pleasant :-) Cheers.


4. David Hickok Fri, 05 Mar 2010 06:43

I normally do not do Tkinter, but I will have to look at this, thanks.


Great vid, thanks.


2. anonymous Mon, 19 Jan 2009 00:34

Thanks, really useful tool for OOP teaching.


This was my first look at PataPata and at the end I thought that it was showing me the basics of what it could do, but I had no gimpse of what could be ultimately achieved with it. Rather like a video showing basic arithetic expressions at a Python prompt. Now to find out a little more ... :-)


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