Computer Science For Fun (CS4FN)

CS4FN produces a free magazine twice a year as well as a series of special booklets on diverse subjects including magic, Electronic Engineering and Audio Engineering emphasising their links with computing. The site contains over 1000 articles on many CS related topics. Browse by date or topic.

Additional details

Year band(s) 5-6, 7-8, 9-10
Content type Professional learning
Format Web page
Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies code(s)

Implement, modify and debug modular programs, applying selected algorithms and data structures, including in an object-oriented programming language


Implement algorithms as visual programs involving control structures, variables and input


Implement, modify and debug programs involving control structures and functions in a general-purpose programming language


Design algorithms involving logical operators and represent them as flowcharts and pseudocode


Validate algorithms and programs by comparing their output against a range of test cases

Keywords Algorithms, Computing Science, Computer Science, CT, Code, Coding, Programming, Articles

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