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Student in Germany, sailor in France.


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comment Has “Not everyone can be a programmer” been studied?
I don't defend this point of view, but tried to point out the fact that people tend to see programming languages and the use that should be made of them either as tasks descriptions (which is important for high level programming and scripting), or as "computer process" descriptions (eg low-level languages seem closer to the VHDL modelling language than to VB.NET, even if they're programming languages). These 2 approaches are very different and yet 2 sides of the same coin. They insist on different aspects of the human intelligence, which are difficult to quantify. So it's hard to study them.
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sorry i messed up with the "send" button... I hope this makes more sense
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