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projects:what_is_a_computer_program_really [2020-01-25 11:52]
jbergamini@jeff.cis.cabrillo.edu
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 ===== Conclusion ===== ===== Conclusion =====
  
-Programming languages are just tools, and (except for machine code) they are merely text that needs to be translated by some other tool into the actual machine code that a CPU can execute.+<WRAP round tip> 
 +Programming languages are just tools, and "code" (except for machine code) is merely text that needs to be translated by some other tool into the actual machine code that a CPU can execute.
  
 If you're learning programming, I think you should keep these facts in mind: If you're learning programming, I think you should keep these facts in mind:
-  - There is no perfect or best programming language. +  - There is <wrap em>no perfect or best</wrap> programming language, but rather different tools suited to different purposes
-  - 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. +  - It's a good idea to <wrap em>focus on one language for a while, and get really good at it</wrap>. It's much easier to pick up other languages later on. 
 +</WRAP>
 
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