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[-disclaimer-] [I''ve been working on a project for quite a while and getting nowhere fast. I finally got something to work. The following is meant to be seen in a humorous light.] I just thought that I would let everyone know that finally, after 2 years of programming, I wrote a 500 line program, compiled it, and had it work the first time through (with the exception of the fact I forgot a semicolon on one line and I had a few spelling mistakes to fix). I think I''ve made it to a new level of ability. Who knows, I might even make an entire program that works someday. I rule.

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You the man!

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Yeah, that's the cool stuff. You get to a point where you start cranking out various programs with no or little errors...


Edited by - CodeDemon on 2/20/00 6:18:54 PM

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It''s nice not to have the compiler do all the work.

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It seems scary when a program work the first time you compile(no runtime error nor logic error). When that happens I always try my best to break the code with random/wrong inputs

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When you consider the fact that the project I''m working on is a scripting language, it would not be very dificult to make the program crash; but why would I do that? I plan to enjoy my sucess until tomarrow when I break the program trying to add something new.

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