ChaScript: Breaking language barrier using a bengali programming system

@article{Kamal2014ChaScriptBL,
  title={ChaScript: Breaking language barrier using a bengali programming system},
  author={Arman Kamal and Md. Nuruddin Monsur and Syed Tanveer Jishan and Nova Ahmed},
  journal={8th International Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering},
  year={2014},
  pages={441-444}
}
As technology is evolving as a driving force in our society, the need for computer programming is arising. However, since most of the computer programming languages are English-based, they can act as barriers for learning computer programming for people who are not adequate in English. In this paper we present a Non-English based educational programming system which was build with the goal to help Bengali speaking people learn and write computer programs in Bengali. We have also discussed how… 

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