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Programming Lessons - My Contribution

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« on: July 24, 2013, 02:16:21 pm »

You're talking to me as if I really was a teacher lol. There's nothing to study really, not even programming. The best way to learn is to practice, and I'm focusing on programming and logic. I am no mathematician myself, I just happen to like using maths in programming because it's an easy way to determine if one has the right logic to solve the problem.
If anything is too advanced, I will note the skills required to solve the problem. For example, if I ask for the volume of a sphere, I will probably write the formula or link you to an article. I'm teaching programming, not maths. Though that would be cool as well.
I am using Eclipse, but you could program on Notepad if you wanted. I made a tutorial on how to configure Eclipse, and I'm now writing another one about using it efficiently.
I only know Graph Theory, and it's already awesome as hell! I want to make a game that uses graph theory. Like 20000 Light Years in Space.

Sounds good then, thanks Smiley
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