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Nov
9
comment Where did the notion of “one return only” come from?
If it relates to coding Wikiwiki almost certainly discusses it. There is multiple exit points, especially practical hints on single/multiple exit point
Nov
9
comment Where did the notion of “one return only” come from?
+1 good point. Printing debugging is useful to me and this is good idea for it.
Nov
2
comment How to have two different programmings with two different languages interact?
I know there is Swig, it seems to do the thing You want to, but I have not used it. So You try it and see :).
Oct
28
comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
@Loki Offtopic: Imagine it would be <tag1 <tag2 >>, so for example <tag1 some huge amount of text <tag2 another huge amount > third huge amount > fourth huge amount. You can jump from beginning to the end of such tag, in editors who support it (in Vim, it is just by %, so it is very easy thing). Parameters, for they must be there and they must not break previous rule, might be then something like <tag #parameters # text and tags enclosed> ...
Oct
28
comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
@Loki True.:) I see Your point, but doing such file by hand?
Oct
27
comment Is object oriented really good for kids?
@WTP Thanks. :) Very Young people. About 10 years. Those with no previous experience of programming and little mathematical background.
Oct
27
comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
thank You very much :)
Oct
27
comment Is object oriented really good for kids?
@Yannis part on education was mentioned on wiki. It is about OO, Smalltalk is just first OO language (at least condsidered to be).
Oct
26
comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
Thank You. :) Could You please just find a source for it?
Oct
26
comment What task did Dijkstra give volunteers, which was mentioned in his paper “The Humble Programmer”?
@Robert Thanks for the links. :) (don't remove them, they might be useful to others) I am looking forward whether it was the problem he gave.
Aug
4
comment Good introduction to metaprogramming in Prolog?
+1 for helpful question. It is slightly complicated. I am not sure if I should split question. I am interested in metaprogramming in Prolog in general and I have some specific cases too (I am not working at them yet). In this question I am interested just in introduction.
Aug
4
comment How to better start learning programming - with imperative or declarative languages?
+1 good insight for multi-paradigm.
Aug
4
comment How to better start learning programming - with imperative or declarative languages?
+1 good insight. I can make up these declarative statements as I remember them, so I describe the problem to computer and expect solution (TLDR order does not matter). I know that human would forget or mess up. In Imperative I solve it.
Aug
4
comment How to better start learning programming - with imperative or declarative languages?
+1 for experience. So it seems it depends on student and teacher rather than language.
Aug
4
comment How to better start learning programming - with imperative or declarative languages?
So imperative language instead so they would grasp algorithms?
Aug
4
comment How to better start learning programming - with imperative or declarative languages?
+1 for Immediate feedback. I guess Evaldraw with immediate feedback would be good too. It has C-like imperative language.