A logo may refer to any of the following:
The image shows the logo of Computer Hope. It is composed of shapes that represent the letters "C" and "H" in the words "Computer Hope."
2. Alternatively referred to as turtle graphics, Logo is pronounced as Low-go and is a high-level programming language known for its graphics capabilities, created by Seymour Papert in 1967. Logo is often used for young school children as a basic method of programming instructions into a computer to create a graphic. Below, are the instructions used to create a square.
forward 100 right 90 forward 100 right 90 forward 100 right 90 forward 100
The triangle that creates the graphic is often referred to as a turtle or turtle head.