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14 Dec 2012   #1741

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I wish I had the patience to program again. Getting older, my perspective has changed. I can't stop looking at most programming languages as primitive constructs to craft computer code. At this point, we should be able to articulate pure business logic and requirements in very simple expressions (by voice or finger) that would then be modeled and generated by a computer. We wouldn't have to sweat out all of the idiosyncrasies of syntax and grammar of software infrastructure and rudimentary expressions but instead spend time on the real creativity of programming--coming up with abstract concepts and ideas that would be converted automatically by computer into functional programs.

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Sorry... guess it had been a while since I'd gotten this off my chest.
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I keep telling myself that I'm going to learn. I got to an average standard with VB and C#, but I stopped during revision for my A-levels and when I came to pick up where I left off, I had forgotten so much of it, it didn't seem worthwhile. I want to get to a very good standard of C#, then possibly look into starting C++. C++ syntax looks horrific compared to C# though!
C# is easier than C++ in my opinion, I've made my version of the Windows Notepad, but that was the last time I wrote any program, so I'm attempting to relearn it all
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14 Dec 2012   #1742

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It is very wet and windy again to-day, so I cannot walk Gracie. But I will going to my charity shop shortly.
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14 Dec 2012   #1743

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Carl Lawrence View Post
It is very wet and windy again to-day, so I cannot walk Gracie. But I will going to my charity shop shortly.
I know you're a bit East of me, but if Battle is anything like Southampton was this morning then I don't blame you. I just wrung out my trousers and could've easily filled a pint glass
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14 Dec 2012   #1744

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so where does gracie go to the toilet when it rains, does she have a litter tray, or do you come home to little parcels in the living room,
gracie has a fur coat so the wind shouldnt be a problem, also you could invest in a dog coat like this type with the profits from your battery selling empire on ebay.
if its you bothered about the rain then im sure your charity shop has waterproofs on sale, surely you must brave the weather to get to the charity shop and the job center to sign on.
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14 Dec 2012   #1745

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Carl Lawrence View Post
It is very wet and windy again to-day, so I cannot walk Gracie. But I will going to my charity shop shortly.
I know you're a bit East of me, but if Battle is anything like Southampton was this morning then I don't blame you. I just wrung out my trousers and could've easily filled a pint glass
Yes it was, I got rather wet just walking to the charity shop. Anyway this evening I saw this old Triumph Herald in the Esso/Tesco Express near where I live.

Also Boohbah, we have a large garden so Gracie goes there when I cannot walk her. I'm really hoping to walk her tomorrow and Sunday to make up for it.


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14 Dec 2012   #1746

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gracie is in luck, the forecast for Battle is dry until 3pm saturday, and wet sunday until 2pm
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15 Dec 2012   #1747

Dual-boot: Windows 7 HP 32-bit SP1 & Windows XP Pro 32-bit SP2.
 
 

I managed to walk Gracie to-day as usual.
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15 Dec 2012   #1748
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Carl, I think you should search for specific jobs .... either in a bank or in a zoo.
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15 Dec 2012   #1749

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Carl, I think you should search for specific jobs .... either in a bank or in a zoo.
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15 Dec 2012   #1750

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Doing a clean install of Windows 7 on my PC today. Downloading 598 Mbs worth of updates at the moment. I really hate this part!!!
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