[Coco] How do you program?
bdevries at gil.com.au
Fri Dec 9 18:12:42 EST 2005
while I've never used a flow chart per se, I do write down some of the
aspects of what the programme should do, then I sit at the keyboard and
write the module functions that I've written down, and join them togather.
But hey, I never said that I'm a programmer :)
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Cox" <jimcox at miba51.com>
To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 10, 2005 7:04 AM
Subject: [Coco] How do you program?
> OK, here's another philisophical question for the group.
> How do you program? Assuming you know the programming langauge you are
> working with, do you just sit down at the computer and bang at the keys
> like a chimp, or do you think about what it is you want to do and what you
> what you need to do it?
> If your answer is the latter, what steps do you take, meaning what is your
> thought process. If it's the former, how often is your efforts successful
> the first time out?
> I'm finding that learning how to think like a coder is harder than just
> learning the syntax and functions.
> PS: Still would like to get opinions about how to proceed with my career
> and moving to an engineering tech job.
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