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Are there any visual programming languages where graphical building blocks can be joined up to build the entire logic?

I'm not talking about languages like VisualC++ where only the GUI aspects are designed visually; I am also not talking about front ends for markup languages like HTML; also not talking about educational tools to teach programming to kids etc. but full featured general purpose languages that are applicable in an industrial or commercial setting.

5/14/2019 10:28:01 PM

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If you have Android smartphone then use sketchware. install sketchware from play store else Google it for pc

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Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are used in industrial environments to automate machinery, control robots, and even used in the amusement industry. They can be programmed using a graphical interface where you drag and drop icons to create your logic, called ladder logic.

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Scratch like programming language( block programming language)

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yes! the majority of PLCs have a form of programming language that works in this manner (ladder logic). visual basic also kinda works like that also.

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Labview. https://www.viewpointusa.com/labview/what-is-labview-used-for/ https://www.youtube.com/user/Labview Very cool language.

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I've seen some comercial mobile apps made with MIT App Inventor.

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all languages have graphics but if you want the visual design i highly recommend the c# for computer and Xamarin for cross platforms