On Tue, Feb 01, 2011 at 05:25:59PM +0000, Lori Duncan wrote:
> I agree, lodgic is something I fall down on all the time. If I'm
> looking at a piece of equipment for example like a computer, I know
> how it works and understand the menus, but throw a whole load of
> coding language at me and I just go blank.
Programming is like owning an Erector set. You have a whole
bunch of parts that do little things. Take a motor, a wheel, a dipper
and bolts. Using bolts, connect the dipper and the wheel together, then
bolt the wheel to the motor. Put it in a river and have the dippers
spill into a tank, and you have a water wheel. Programming is the same
thing, only with commands, telling the computer what to do. Know what
all the parts do, and you will begin to see what *CAN* be done.
And Arianna Sepulveda said:]
>> Programming is something I don't know how people do. I am truely
>> astounded at how much work is involved, and I don't think I could
> >figure it out too well.
As long as you continue telling yourself that, the longer you
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