Questions from a newbie in need.
Wynn Rostek email (remove spam text)
> I don't know about Wynn, but cut and paste is a way of life for me. Write
> lines of code. Cut and paste 10, now you've written 60. :)
Write a 100 lines, cut and paste 25, edit 22, cut and paste 15, edit 13, fix
My secret is out.
(70 percent of my bugs come from cut and paste errors. You gain a little
here, you lose a little there.)
> > Whew, impressive. How the heck do you code so
> > fast? [need a job?]
Runs in the family, my mother had to use modified IBM Selectric typewriters,
she typed about 110 WPM. She worked as a keypunch operator for many years.
I'm a member of Mensa, I have a natural talent for software, I've been doing
it for a long time, and I have a medical condition.
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