Silly Example of Scratch Data Lists

Last week, an obnoxiously long texting acronym made it’s way into our conversation. I was reminded how I really need to brush up on this sort of super important information. So I wrote a Scratch app that uses two data lists to allow me to look up an acronym from a list of ten. This example uses variables, data lists, user input and a cute little orange martian guy. I wonder what would happen if I enter one that isn’t on the list? Why don’t you try it and find out!

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/95235421/

PAAT

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