How to program a wait in Scratch? Preview

Not every program is a list of immediately executed commands. Sometimes we need to give the users of our programs some time or have the program wait for something else to be executed first.

We can achieve this with the wait block.

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  • 30 Mar 2020

 

The wait block is the first block in the orange block palette:content picture

In this block, we can write down how many seconds the execution of the program should halt for

Warning: The wait block stops the execution of the commands underneath it. It does not stop commands of other start blocks.

 

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