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One has to separate the vagrancies of the workman from his tools before casting judgement from on high.

Right on. As they say, only incompetent carpenters blame their tools.


Quite right. Competent carpenters choose the best tool for the job. Which I expect you'd find is why Basic is so rarely used for professional software development these days.
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One has to separate the vagrancies of the workman from his tools before casting judgement from on high.

Right on. As they say, only incompetent carpenters blame their tools.


Quite right. Competent carpenters choose the best tool for the job. Which I expect you'd find is why Basic is so rarely used for professional software development these days.


Next thing you know we'll be telling people they should cook their food. Ugg.
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I find it harder to express logic in English than in Code.
Sometimes an example says more than many times as many words.

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