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Do you need to know math to be a good programmer? For short-term, no. For long-term, yes.


Do you need to know math to be a good programmer? For short-term, no. For long-term, yes.
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Petri nets and recipes for modelling business processes


Petri nets and recipes for modelling business processes
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Submitted June 01, 2016 at 04:59AM by athousandcounts
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failure trying very simple function input call via /r/learnprogramming


failure trying very simple function input call

def computepay(): h = input('Enter hours: ') print(h) computepay() 

I am trying a more complex problem with a lot of frustration, but even trying to get this to work is mystifying me. 51 more words

Learning Python, need advice! via /r/learnprogramming


Learning Python, need advice!

Hey Reddit, As an incoming CsE freshman at UCI, I will need to be proficient in Python, as it is what they use as their starting language! 41 more words

[Data-Level Parallelism] Correcting a loop-independent dependency? via /r/learnprogramming


Correcting a loop-independent dependency?

for (i = 0; i < 20; i++){ X[i] = Y; Y = X[i]; } 

I need to re-write this code in either C/C++/ASM to solve any dependencies. 98 more words

First update of the Weather-Program

I’m back from my vacation and tried my¬†weather-program on my desktop-computer. I realized, that the positions of the text-boxes, labels and buttons aren’t very nice. 209 more words

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