[geeks] Introductory programming language?
alaric at metrocast.net
Thu Sep 1 12:53:44 CDT 2011
On 09/01/11 13:36, Mouse wrote:
>> I also know structured programming is only appropriate in academia.
> Oh, nonsense. What _is_ appropriate only for academia is absolute
> inflexible adherence to structured programming dogma. (Or pretty much
> any other dogma, for that matter.) Provided it's treated as one more
> tool in the toolbox rather than as The One True Golden Answer,
> structured programming itself is a very useful technique even in the
> real world.
I'd say that in the real world, if you don't understand the principles
of structured programming, you're all but doomed.
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