What is Codification and Reverse Codification?

Codification, in this context, means that blocks are converted to a string. Many people use Codification Support blocks made by Snap! to encode blocks, in most cases, to a programming language or something similar!


Reverse Codification is the counterpart of Codification. It uses a string to convert it as a block. Since Snap! primitively doesn't provide any block, users have to create their own blocks to do this task. These are used, for example, to store blocks in browser!

another question people would ask is, how do I use codification.

You can use Codification with the primitive block that Snap! provides.

there's a primitive for this?

Yes... The downside is that you want to convert it to blocks again you need to use Reverse Codification blocks

ok....