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projects:what_is_a_computer_program_really [2018-12-19 13:13]
jbergamini@jeff.cis.cabrillo.edu
projects:what_is_a_computer_program_really [2018-12-23 00:54] (current)
jbergamini@jeff.cis.cabrillo.edu
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   - <wrap em>​Run</​wrap>​ the program by launching the Python interpreter and telling it to run your file: <code bash>​python3 bang.py</​code>​   - <wrap em>​Run</​wrap>​ the program by launching the Python interpreter and telling it to run your file: <code bash>​python3 bang.py</​code>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 +===== Conclusion =====
 +
 +Programming languages are just tools, and (except for machine language) they are merely text that needs to be translated by some other tool into the actual machine code that a CPU can execute.
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 +If you're learning programming,​ I think you should keep these facts in mind:
 +  - There is no perfect or best programming language.
 +  - It's a good idea to focus on one language for a while, and get really good at it. It's much easier to pick up other languages later on.
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