XLogo is known to work successfully with LINUX (Debian, Mandrake 9.*, SUSE 8.2)
This program is therefore free as in freedom and free as in beer.
XLogo is a Logo interpreter, written in Java. It supports nine languages, (French, English, Spanish, Arabic, Portugese, German, Esperanto, Galacian and Greek) and is licensed under the GPL.
The user is able to move an object called a “turtle” around the screen using commands as simple as forward, back, right, and so on.
At each move, the turtle leaves a trail behind it, and it is therefore possible to create drawings. Operations on lists and words are also possible.
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