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Capture input from the user

Capture input from the user: Computer Science Principles: Programming
Capture input from the user: Computer Science Principles: Programming

LinkedIn principal author Doug Winnie explains how programs and programmers work with user input. Users can input information into programs in many ways, including keyboards, multi-touch, mouse, cameras, voice, and other sensors that are part of the hardware and software of the device. To use input, your program must listen for the input from the user in order to recognize the input and perform actions based on it.

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Skill Level Beginner
1h 25m
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Developer Programming Foundations

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