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Thread: Questions from a newbie in need.
face BY : 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. :)
> -Mike

Write a 100 lines, cut and paste 25, edit 22, cut and paste 15, edit 13, fix
9 bugs.
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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