Running the extra mile

Running the extra mile


Siew Young
Siew Young
Running the extra mile

It is pleasing to have students who are willing to do more than just the standard set tasks that are given in lessons. There are two Yr11 students Joshua Riley and Jack Thorn, who have gone the extra mile to complete some challenging programming tasks.

Jack created a program that allows the user to enter a word that is in a sentence, then the program will remove this word from the sentence. He also created a multiplication program for users to test their multiplication skills.

Joshua has made three programs. He created his own encryption program where the user can type their message and then the whole message would be encoded. His second program is to play the magic 9 ball game in which the magic 9 ball gives some funny and not very useful advice. The third program is a drawing program, he created a canvas where users can draw on the canvas by pressing some alphabets and the arrow keys on the keyboard.

Well done Jack and Joshua! I love your programs because you both have put great effort in creating them and the programs also work as intended.

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