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Code examples are commonly used learning resources that help students grasp various programming structures and concepts. However, example code usually requires explanations about what each line or part of the code does. Otherwise, students may find it difficult to follow an example. In this paper, we compare two types of code examples that use different techniques to describe important concepts in the code: annotated and animated examples. The former displays an explanation for a subset ofdoi:10.1145/2839509.2844639 dblp:conf/sigcse/HosseiniSGBM16 fatcat:r7vlcldfljfexljrzdf6xa3agq