Belle Arti

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Belle Arti is a graphical interpretation of BunnyBell.


BunnyBell is a language that is intended to bridge the gap between languages like Scratch(which is perhaps too far from 'standard' coding to allow for a smooth transition). Belle Arti is a language that takes further steps in the graphical direction of Scratch. Seeing as learning doesn't appear to be a one-size fits all situation, it would seem beneficial for furthering the field of to create a language like Belle Arti. While it may not be the top level of efficiency and ease of use, it also is an example case for a language that takes into consideration aesthetics and humanity, as opposed to the almost brutalist aesthetics and visuals that can be found in some corners of mainstream programming in recent years, and perhaps even today. A more pragmatic graphical style could be made as well, but Belle Arti's MO could be said to be a reminder to not forget that we are humans with souls and dreams and passion, and not just robots.

I was already working on or with visual interfaces and had considered doing something with Scratch, but after seeing Bunnybell the choice to piggyback off of that seemed obvious.

Similarities and Differences

Certain common phrases and characters like @main have their own block



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