James Hague, dadgum.com
Unstructured programming with GOTO is the stuff of legend, as are calling subroutines by line number—GOSUB 1000—and setting global variables as a mechanism for passing parameters.
The little language that fueled the home computer revolution h…
Yep, my first language was BASIC on an Apple II. And the programs we ran were found in magazines, usually games. These, you typed by hand, and if you were lucky and didn’t make any mistakes would run like a champ.
On Constitution Day, a reminder that the supreme law of the land requires citizens’ participation in order to remain strong
According to federal law, September 17th is Constitution Day – a day that all federally financed educational and…
Every day is Constitution day. All Americans are such only because they live by one document. Everything else, like flag, birthplace, race, religion, these do NOT define an American.
Just punch out 2,000 or so cards, string them together, and start weaving.
Before IBM, before punch-card computers, before Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine, one of the very first machines that could run something like what we now call a…
Programming has been with us for longer than most think.
With pleasure! Let me say it is a fact that I guard the Potter world with the love of a fierce mama bear — but one of my issues with it is that it...
Get Yo’ Bromance On! TV’s Best Bromances
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