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Thread: Hello

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    Default Hello

    Hello everyone! I've just recently started writing code, so I'm fairly new to this. Currently I'm working on a project for school where I have to write a game program for small children that shows images of animals whose names are only three letters(e.g. "cat" "dog"). It has three panels for the letters to be placed and a keyboard of buttons for the child to choose from that places the chosen letter in one of the three panels. It still needs a play button, code that congratulates the child for getting the correct animal and vice versa, and it needs a "Play Again?" button. It supposed to use arrays, loops, and whatever else there is to use as a novice programmer. Here is a link to my code. Pastebin.com

    Although I understand that this is an introduction thread, any help or tips or anything on this code would be appreciated. Thank you all for spending the time to read this long intro post. For those who can't do this due to attention span problems, look below.

    Hello, novice programmer here. Nice to meet you. Any help with my coding is appreciated.

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    Default Re: Hello

    You should post your questions and code in the What's wrong with my code or Theory & Questions section.

    Welcome to the forum.

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