Number Crunch is a series of coding activities focused on math, and especially on getting the computer to do more complex math for you. We'll write programs in the Python language -- or, if you already know JavaScript and would prefer to use that, choose it from the dropdown above.

In NCL, every instruction ends with a semicolon. The simplest instruction is to "print" information so that it shows in the output area, as shown below. Click the Run button, or when typing code click Ctrl-Enter to run the code.

In Python, each statement must go on a separate line. The simplest instruction is to "print" information so that it shows in the output area, as shown below. Click the Run button, or when typing code click Ctrl-Enter to run the code.

In JavaScript, every statement ends with a semicolon. The simplest instruction is to "print" information so that it shows int he output area, as shown below. Click Run button, or when typing code click Ctrl-Enter to run the code.

print line "Hello."; print "Hello "; print "there!"; new line; print line "How are you?"; new line; print "Goodbye.";
print "Hello." print "Hello " + "there!" print "How are you?" print print "Goodbye."
f"Hello."); print("Hello " + "there!"); print("How are you?"); print(""); print("Godbye.");