One of the characteristics of Pictogramming is that a corresponding command is generated automatically by mouse operation on the human pictogram display area. Moving objects and show corresponding command sequence in the same time seems to good way to learn programming for novice in a way. Block Pictogramming now supports the function that corresponding blocks (programs) are automatically added by mouse operation.
The following four operation acts:
1. Drag the parts (arms, legs, and body) of the human pictogram to rotate.
2. Drag the humanoid pictogram with right button to translate.
3. Drag where no human pictogram exists to draw a line segment.
4. Hold the mouse button down where no human pictogram exists to change the orientation (front, side) of it.