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honey the codewitch wrote:
I never took CS, because i never went to college,


I only did 2 years of community college, where I took courses in English, Philosophy, and French. When the head of the CS department asked me to review his book on the Commodore PET for technical accuracy, I knew taking CS courses would be pointless. As did, of all things, take a Fortran course, using actual real punch card machines. Roll eyes | :rolleyes: (This was 1980 for Pete's sake!)

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