I grew up with BASIC on an Apple //c, but there was a LOGO tutorial on one of the disks. It didn't get too deep, and I never found a way to get at a full-fledged interpreter that was useful outside the tutorial. My third-grade math course did actually spend a few weeks on LOGO.
Some day, I'll have to see about making a Mindstorms robot that is sent the compiled output from a LOGO program to draw on a real piece of paper, just like the old Tortise machines.
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