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Where did you learn coding?

Topic closed. 46 replies. Last post 9 years ago by time*treat.

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Self-study, books, internet [ 57 ]  [69.51%]
Classes in High-school, College [ 15 ]  [18.29%]
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RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20109 Posts
Posted: December 11, 2008, 8:46 pm - IP Logged


If you can convince someone who does coding for a living and enjoy playing lotteries that you have some ideas that really could improve your odds of winning a lottery jackpot, they probably would be glad to team up with you and code your ideas into a program.  It would a big let down to some day discover you really could have won a lottery jackpot had you only found someone to code your ideas into a program. 

 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
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    time*treat's avatar - radar
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    United States
    Member #13130
    March 30, 2005
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    Posted: January 9, 2009, 8:04 am - IP Logged

    @aberdeennut: I think many of us start out on paper, and as our "idea" shows potential (if I add a little here...) we get to a place where we realize the thing has grown too complex to reliably and quickly be one by hand. That's certainly true for lotto-type games.

    The code is only as useful as the idea behind it. Poor ideas, coded, only give you the wrong answer ... faster. LOL

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