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Is there a language similar to Arduino language (c++ language with fewer functions) for software visualization?

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Processing is probably exactly what you want.

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Ah good catch. Processing is indeed an awesome language and development environment. – Tim Holt Aug 19 '11 at 1:51

You might check out Lua. It's a lightweight scripting language.

Here's an article about game development using it...

http://gamedevgeek.com/tutorials/getting-started-with-lua/

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Lua have Polycode polycode.org , but seems there is no development GUI for windows like Processing? – Saulius Aug 19 '11 at 12:06

You should also look into Scratch. It is educational programming language to create games. The good thing is you'll find many open source projects in Scratch to study.

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