Programming

Alonzo Church and Stephen Cole Lleene, 1930s

Programming is to explain to a computer
how to do something for you. But in all
cases in which it is not perfectly executed
the person who wrote the program will have
to support it for the rest of his life.
Programming languages looks like normal
English, but in fact, they are foreign, non-intuitive
languages usually used as a catalyst for people
to create more languages.

Frustrated Programmer:
"I don't understand what is wrong with
my variables?
left,Left,lEft,LEFT
right,Right,RIGHT,RiGht".

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en/technology/programming.txt · Last modified: 2013/04/23 13:57 by admin