This is probably a silly question, but my son is just starting to code without drag and drop, and is using this tutorial:
Towards the end of the tutorial, it says:
Start by importing the Minecraft library, creating a connection to the game and testing it by posting the message “Hello world” to the screen:
from mcpi import minecraft
mc = minecraft.Minecraft.create()
If you’re entering commands directly in to the Python window, just hit
Enter after each line. If it’s a file, save with
Ctrl + S and run with
F5 . When your code runs, you should see your message on screen in the game.
However, I’m just realizing that the Kano computer keyboard does not have an “f5” button on it. Hitting “Enter” just makes the terminal move down to the next line while typing. How do we run the code without an f5 key?