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When the green flag is pressed, start a loop which will set the position of the animation to the position of the character. This will happen continuously, because it’s in a loop. It then checks to see if the left key is pressed, if it is, point left and start the animation facing left. If the right key is pressed, point right and start the animation facing right. Now our character will run left and right and the animation will show the character running. Well done!

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