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An Extended Experiment with Jeliot 2000

TitleAn Extended Experiment with Jeliot 2000
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsBen-bassat Levy, R., M. Ben-Ari, and P. A. Uronen
Conference NameProceedings of the First International Program Visualization Workshop
PublisherUniversity of Joensuu Press, Finland
Conference LocationPorvoo, Finland

Jeliot 2000, a reimplementation of Jeliot for 10th grade high school students. Emphasis: program animation for input/output, assignments, selection (if) and loops; only primitives and arrays. Single window with two panels: code view and animation. Animates expressions, assignments, control decisions and input/output. Incorporates a “constant store'' and output area with VCR-like controls (edit, compile, step, play, pause, rewind and speed control). Uses JDK 1.2.2, stand-alone application, direct interpretation of code (parsed to tree which is executed and traversed while rendering events). DR: animate new: add a new “class animator''; however, this requires detailed knowledge of the implementation. Result: animation group uses Jeliot 2000 “vocabulatory'' to explain situations. However, “better students do not need it, and weaker ones are overwhelmed by the tool.''