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From: "gLaNDix" <glandix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 21:07:13 -0500
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yup...  more "hands-on" which is always the way i've been...  that's why
when i used to play old Nintendo and Atari games, i'd dive right in...
instructions?  oh, those are for if you get so stuck you're kicking the
console across the room (not really)!  : ^ )  watching something work, i can
say "oh, that's where that comes from"

anyway, everyone's different, i guess....


> I agree with you, Jesse.  I can read and mull over a book for months, but
> 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.
> jeff
> 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
> > 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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