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LOGO was a computer language established for educational use and is best known for its Turtle which could be a robot to move around or a marker to draw graphics. It was a "list driven" language with procedures which called procedures.  
LOGO was a computer language established for educational use and is best known for its Turtle which could be a robot to move around or a marker to draw graphics. It was a "list driven" language with procedures which called procedures.  
TI supplied LOGO as a module which was able to use cassette and disk program storage.


The TI version lacked recursion and proper bit map graphics. A pseudo bit map graphic was used which could "run out of ink" (or run out of screen characters to redefine).
The TI version lacked recursion and proper bit map graphics. A pseudo bit map graphic was used which could "run out of ink" (or run out of screen characters to redefine).

Latest revision as of 20:58, 9 September 2014

LOGO was a computer language established for educational use and is best known for its Turtle which could be a robot to move around or a marker to draw graphics. It was a "list driven" language with procedures which called procedures.

TI supplied LOGO as a module which was able to use cassette and disk program storage.

The TI version lacked recursion and proper bit map graphics. A pseudo bit map graphic was used which could "run out of ink" (or run out of screen characters to redefine).

For TI usage see TI Logo I which was fairly rare, and TI Logo II