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im writting a paper on alternative ways to learn programming, so far, my primary focus has been about ASM. this is my question: do you think that a good way to learn programming would be in c++, studying inline asm, and relating it to actual c++/ high-level algorithms/compilers? so far this is what ive been focusing on, and its intended for an audiance with no background. the problem though, is that when people set out to learn programming, they usually dont make it a point to learn in the most logical way. Normally, a language is taught or studied in a functional way : its studied so that it can be used. My approach would be about studying to learn logic, and how compilers and languages interface with machine/asm. ultimately this would resulting in adequate c++/inline-asm, and more importantly, general programming knowledge. is it feasible to target that at a newbie audiance? thanks

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