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Alice - Storyboards Flowcharts Pseudocode

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  1. Storyboards or Flowcharts

    A storyboard is a term that originates from the film industry, where the scenes in a movie are sketched out with a brief description of the action.  It is also possible to have textual storyboards, which describe the scene without illustrations.


    A flowchart is another text-only description of the scene, except that it uses bubbles and arrows to show the flow of action through the scene.


    With Alice, as well as conventional programming languages, flowcharts and textual storyboards (commonly called pseudocode) are very valuable tools in the design process.

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