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    A curious question

    i curious abt wat's ur all guys the reason behind learning games programming or programming.
    option 1:for fun
    option 2:for work use
    option 3:i'm just hanging around in tis forum
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    I enjoy programming a lot. I am currently pursuing a CS degree. So, one and two. I also enjoy the community here, so three as well.

    In the future, I'd suggest correct spelling and grammar to increase the readability of your posts. Also, it looks like you would've liked to have posted a poll.
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    "The computer programmer is a creator of universes for which he alone is responsible. Universes of virtually unlimited complexity can be created in the form of computer programs." -- Joseph Weizenbaum.

    "If you cannot grok the overall structure of a program while taking a shower, you are not ready to code it." -- Richard Pattis.

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    I fall under all three. I like to code, actually more then I like to play vedio games! I plan to get a degree in computer science or that other infermations thing. Plus I like talking to other people (unlike most of my freinds at school) that don't go: hu? when talking about 'geeky things.'

    Don't say grammer or spelling around me joshdick. I hated spelling tests and still hate english, as you can see from my posts..

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    All 3 for me too. I only got one geek friend, but he's one of those "thinks he knows more than he does" types.

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    Originally posted by 1veedo
    I fall under all three. I like to code, actually more then I like to play vedio games! I plan to get a degree in computer science or that other infermations thing. Plus I like talking to other people (unlike most of my freinds at school) that don't go: hu? when talking about 'geeky things.'

    Don't say grammer or spelling around me joshdick. I hated spelling tests and still hate english, as you can see from my posts..
    looks liek i'm on ur side... ,my friends dun like computer stuff too and i dun like english.anyway,guys,thxs for answer my q...
    S.b

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    Originally posted by sbongo
    looks liek i'm on ur side... ,my friends dun like computer stuff too and i dun like english.anyway,guys,thxs for answer my q...
    Wow, im at a true loss for words.

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    I am in agreement with RoD I can understand someone not likeing english, but I know first graders that can write better than that. This isn't aim act you have some knoweledge

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    Originally posted by RoD
    Wow, im at a true loss for words.
    So was he.
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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