Think of building a house. You can't just walk up to an empty lot and build a house, you need to know things about it first. Will it be made of wood or brick, one or two stories, how many windows and doors will it have and how will the rooms be laid out? Once you've determined these things (for a house, that usually means drawing up the blueprints), you can collect the materials and build it.
Originally posted by cyberCLoWn
Today I wanted to create a program but I found that I was unable to do it. I just find there are too many limitations, or I can't think of a way to work it out.
The thing is, I have read that you should not dive into the coding process. That's fine when I read it but in practise I don't know any other way. How do you guys plan your program before getting down to coding?
Any ideas? :confused: