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Basic Program Structure


The programs that we write with MicroPython are generally composed of three basic program structures. Complex programs are built with a combination of these basic structures, so it is important to learn them first. They are: sequence structure, loop structure and selection structure.

Sequence Structure


Sequence structure is the most basic program structure. In sequence structure, programs run line-by-line, top-to-bottom, in turn. For example, when the following program runs, it prints “Hello" first, and then “World".

1 print("Hello")
2 print("World")

Execution result:

1 Hello
2 World 

If you look closely you can find that, unlike other languages where a specific terminator is required to end each line of the statement, you simply need to press ENTER to end a line in MicroPython.


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