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Code Playground It's pretty easy to find in the website version, or you can access the curly braces from the app. The green button with the plus sign in the lower right corner is for adding your own project.
Sorry, it came out wrong. What I mean is, what tools can I use if I want to code or practice programming?
Yes, there are tons of tools. What kind of tools are you looking for? I think the best way to start is by keeping things simple -- by taking whatever the default text file program is on your operating system on your desktop/laptop computer and setting up a few practice files (e.g. below). https://code.sololearn.com/W326FKwAKXtN/?ref=app Then keep your favorite web browser(s) pulled up to view the output (you know, hit save on your files and hit refresh on the web browser). Once you're fairly comfortable with that, you can look into integrated development environments (IDEs). I think VScode is a nice first one. You can also use the search bar to see other people's recommendations. I have tried Sublime and Atom and have mixed feelings about them. There are lots of other tools (preprocessors, libraries, frameworks, etc.) but it's important to just get going on building a solid foundation first.