Visual Programming - Why it's a Bad Idea

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A visual programming language is one that allows the programmer to create programs by manipulating graphical elements rather than typing textural commands. A well known example is Scratch, a visual programming language from MIT that's used to teach children. The advantages given are that they make programming more accessible to novices and non-programmers.