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That's why they invented backslash. So 113355 could be split sensibly. 113\355 About 60 years ago I memorised 40 odd digits of π A spot check says I've still got 19 stashed in some convoluted fold of grey stuff.
Software rusts. Simon Stephenson, ca 1994. So does this signature. me, 2012
Hello I am Miss Bad Wolf. I am trying to find a web forum for programmers. I used to to be a programmer but that was a decade ago. I have an idea of a software I want to make but trying to figure out where to start.
Start by working out what you know, and what you need to learn. 10 years is a long time, and things change - so you need to work out what environment you need to code for, because that will determine the languages and frameworks you will have to understand.
It all depends on what you want to do, you should provide more details so we can give better advice.
Here is a nice site with recommendations: https://www.slant.co/tags/development
I don't agree with all recommendations though, e.g. Python scores very high, but I think it's way too slow for many purposes.
I agree concerning Python … (I am not that far yet to talk about performance, it's the syntax which I cannot get used to, having FORTRAN/C++/C# background...). It would be interesting to see a non-biased comparison of "capabilities" between Python and C#, BR