I'm not native English speaking either and I dropped the subject in highschool as soon as I could (I hated the language)
COBOL may have been the last language to attempt to speak English.
I wonder if a German version of COBOL would put the verb last . . .
Hi, the link doesn't conduct to the video.
Once the students get a job as a C programmer, they will be lost. They will not (or barely) be able to understand an existing program and if they have to write their own one, the compiler will bark at them because it does not understand any of the keywords.
I just wrote and tested a library for the Arduino platform, which makes it possible to teach and learn the C language using the native words of the Portuguese language ... ... the elementary school i
"loop" functions (where did "main" go) He would probably be accused of being a heretic and offending the holy order of programmers in language C
#define principal loop
#define maior >#define menor <#define igual ==
#define E ||#define OU &&#define e |#define ou &
That doesn't sound too unreasonable, especially for Elementary school....Now... Keeping in mind that I don't actually speak Portuguese...