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// while (NOT quit) do // Enter a text value from the command line // Set quit flag if user entered quit // ELSE // If the value is a number, then print out times table for that number // ELSE // If the user did not enter "quit" or a number between 1 and 12, then print message to inform user that they must enter a valid value // Loop
Indeed the Java app Netbeans runs well on the Pi 2 (but too slow on the Pi1).precious_pony wrote:INetbeans will probably run on Pi 2
Indeed we humans are able to memorise things better when we read a real paper in contrast to artificial (virtual) displays like screens, etc. There's scientific studies underlining this, for example by Prof. Manfred Spitzer.ghans wrote:I second getting a book made out of dead trees because internet resources "just don't feel right" (and are often outight false or poorly made) - searching at your library would be
a cheap and easy option to get hold of introductory material. Perhaps i'm just old-fashioned though :D
I don't think i can thank you enough for this post! It was wonderful to read through and have your idea/perspective of learning to programme and as someone who has been doing it for a while its great to get someone with clearly a lot of knowledge to give their input - I'll certainly add parts to my own resources and also back at the top in my first post.precious_pony wrote: I wish you the best of luck.