By Margaret Sassé, Georges McKail, Frances Page Glascoe

ISBN-10: 1615190066

ISBN-13: 9781615190065

Flow, play, and energetic exploration within the first 5 years of a child’s existence are necessary to the improvement of his or her physique and mind. Now lively child, fit mind offers a hundred thirty five massages, routines, and actions that interact your child’s love of play whereas additionally stimulating his or her mind improvement in a number of components, including:

Cross-pattern movement
Vestibular (inner ear) stimulation
Fine and gross motor skills

Each job is gifted by itself web page with step by step directions, attractive illustrations, and illuminating sidebars. The certain directions inform you precisely the right way to do every one task, in addition to easy methods to include toys, tune, dance, and video games. No unmarried task takes greater than mins, and all that’s required is ten mins an afternoon. greater than thirty years within the making, lively child, fit mind is an fundamental advisor for everybody who's elevating a baby or who interacts with preschoolers.

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This is done by a routine called a parser. The parser that we will use in this book is printed below. It is a complicated routine, and we will not explain how it works in detail. However, you can easily use it in your adventure programs if you follow some simple rules, which we will explain immediately after the parser. Here is the routine: 92 REM *** PARSER 99 REM 100 PRINT: CM$="": INPUT "WHAT NOW";CM$: IF CM$="" THEN 100 110 C=O : V$= "" : N$= "" 120 C=C+1 : IF C>LEN(CM$) THEN 150 130 W$=MID$(CM$,C,1) : IF W$=" " THEN 150 140 V$=V$+W$ : GOTO 120 150 C=C+1 : IF C>LEN(CM$) THEN 180 160 W$=MID$(CM$,C,1): IF W$=" "THEN 180 170 N$=N$+W$ : GOTO 150 180 IF V$="" THEN 100 190 IF LEN(V$»3 THEN V$=LEFT$(V$,3) 200 IF LEN(N$»3 THEN N$= LEFT$(N$,3) [36] Notice that this routine is not a subroutine.

What does it do? " on the video display. Then, it waits for the player to type a command. When the command has been typed, it breaks it into a verb and a noun. " When the parser is finished, the verb will be stored in the string variable V$. The noun will be stored in the string variable N$. Well, actually only the first three letters of the verb and noun will be stored. This is generally enough to recognize the words by, and will make the rest of the program a little easier to write. " To see the parser in action, add it to our growing adventure program.

Notice, incidentally, that the first object is object #0. ) We can execute this subroutine with the statement GOSUB 26000. The DATA statements holding the object DATA should come right after this routine. Next, we need a subroutine that will print out all of the objects in the current room. Here is that subroutine: 600 610 620 630 640 650 PRINT "YOU CAN SEE: " FL=O:FOR 1=0 TO NO-1 IF (OB(I) AND 127)=R THEN PRINT" ";OB$(I) : FL=1 NEXT I IF FL=O THEN PRINT" NOTHING OF INTEREST" RETURN Add all of these DATA statements and subroutines to our rapidly growing program.

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