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Google marks 50 years of kids coding languages with interactive doodle
The internet search engine and technology giant celebrated 50 years of children's programming language with a coding doodle on its home page on December 4 for the first time.

The coding doodle titled 'Coding for Carrots' is depicted as a part of the Computer Science Education Week which teaches how to code with the help of a rabbit as a furry friend.

The interactive doodle allows the users to program by helping the white rabbit as the milestone as first of its own kind doodle.

It is an enjoyable doodle in which a white rabbit hunting for carrots demonstrates how programming using code can create an action on a computer.

According to Google, the interactive doodle has been developed by three teams consisting of the Google Doodle team, Google Blockly team, and the team of researchers from MIT Scratch.

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