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    Sticky: Re: 500 Ways to Print 1 to 10

    How to count to ten in Yan Tan Tethera

    Java this time, counting to ten in the Derbyshire variant of the old sheep-counting language based on ancient vigesimal, or base-20, Celtic number names. If...
  2. Re: Greetings from Sunny^H^H^H^H^H Icy Pony Pasture, Virginia

    Hi, Greg, and thanks. Whether I can offer anything of value, we'll see. :-}

    On the not-terribly-valuable side, I've thought of another "way to count to ten" that's interesting -- and different --...
  3. Re: Greetings from Sunny^H^H^H^H^H Icy Pony Pasture, Virginia

    Thanks! Hope I'll be an asset in time. I've a lot of learning to do and this looks like a good place to help and be helped.
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    Re: Netbeans vs Eclipse

    I work with lots of languages so I prefer tools that support several. My favorite all-around editor is GNU Emacs, but of the two you mention, Eclipse fits my way of working better. I haven't used NB...
  5. Re: Greetings from Sunny^H^H^H^H^H Icy Pony Pasture, Virginia

    Hi, Norm. I've found that wherever I go, there are people with less experience and people with more. Sometimes I learn from those with less! You never know.

    Once I've reoriented the little gray...
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    Sticky: Re: 500 Ways to Print 1 to 10

    Going wayyy back to high school and DARPANET here:


    ⍞←⍳10
    ⍝ or just
    ⍳10
    ⍝ APL's terseness is legendary. Some call it obscurity.

    The character that looks like a lower-case "i" without...
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    Re: Non computer related hobbies

    I enjoy horseback riding, gardening/farming, archery, baking and cooking, walking in nearby forests and swamp (plus geocaching), astronomy, playing music on synthesizers and guitars, photography, and...
  8. Greetings from Sunny^H^H^H^H^H Icy Pony Pasture, Virginia

    Hi. I've been programming since the late 1960s, professionally since the 1980s, and using Java occasionally since around 2000. These days I do mostly Web coding in PHP, JavaScript, Perl, and whatnot;...
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