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What is BYOB?

BYOB, which stands for Build Your Own Blocks, is a visual drag-and-drop programming language. It is an extended reimplementation of Scratch. Scratch is a project made by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT’s Media Labs. BYOB allows users to construct their own blocks. It includes first class lists, products, and continuations. These capabilities make it suitable for a serious introduction to computer science for both college and high school students. BYOB can run on Internet browsers. This program is implemented through the use of Javascript. This is designed to limit the ability of browser-based software to affect users’ computers. The Javascript makes it safe to run projects even from other users.

BYOB is presented by the University of California, Berkley. It was first developed by Jens Monig at MioSoft Corporation, with design input and documentation from Berkley’s Brian Harvey. Contributions were made by fellow Berkley students and elsewhere. The material is partly based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1138596. BYOB is a programming language for kids aged 8 to 14. BYOB extends Scratch to a complete power language for computer science students aged 14-20.

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File types supported by BYOB

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Last updated: : November 28, 2022