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From: "Jeffrey L. Hansen" <jhansen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 08:12:43 -0500
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I agree with you, Jesse.  I can read and mull over a book for months, but to
see a working code segment and work from there is by far the best way for me to
learn.  It would be nice if we could all just allow for differences.


glandix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> > Like I said, you learn by doing.  Asking for a subroutine that already
> > does everything you want leaves you nothing to do.  You're not really
> > going to learn it until you write it yourself.
> i learn by example...  start by simply modifying a program, and progressing
> untill i can write it completely on my own...  i took C++ and tried to
> learn by doing, but i learn much better by example...
> jesse

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