How to Make Shapes in MSW Logo

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If you are looking to make shapes and programs, MSW Logo is the software you need. It is an educational programming software used to teach beginners the basics of programming. You can make shapes in 3-dimensions using simple commands. You do not need to be a computer programmer to start making shapes with MSW Logo. Type commands such as "to sphere" or "to square" to make different shapes. With a few taps of the keyboard, you are on your way to making shapes in MSW Logo.

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Square

Step 1

Open MSW Logo software. Click on the "File" button on the top left of the window. Select the "New" button from the dropdown list.

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Step 2

Type the command "to square" in the textbox named "Commander" at the bottom of the window. Click the "Execute" button on the bottom right of the window.

Step 3

Type the command "repeat 4 [fd 100 rt 90]" in the textbox named "Commander" at the bottom of the window. Click the "Execute" button on the bottom right of the window. You have now made a square.

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Circle

Step 1

Open MSW Logo software. Click on the "File" button on the top left of the window. Select the "New" button from the dropdown list.

Step 2

Type the command "to circle" in the textbox named "Commander" at the bottom of the window. Click the "Execute" button on the bottom right of the window.

Step 3

Type the command "repeat 1 [circle 100]" in the textbox named "Commander" at the bottom of the window. Click the "Execute" button on the bottom right of the window. You have now made a circle.

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Hexagon

Step 1

Open MSW Logo software. Click on the "File" button on the top left of the window. Select the "New" button from the dropdown list.

Step 2

Type the command "repeat 6 [fd 50 rt 60]" in the textbox named "Commander" at the bottom of the window.

Step 3

Click the "Execute" button on the bottom right of the window. You have now made a hexagon.

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