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God and Programming
Lecture 003 - The Magic-Power of Programming
Programming Journal
terms programming
The Art of Computer Programming


programming ::: 1. The art of debugging a blank sheet of paper (or, in these days of on-line editing, the art of debugging an empty file).2. A pastime similar to banging one's head against a wall, but with fewer opportunities for reward.3. The most fun you can have with your clothes on (although clothes are not mandatory).[Jargon File](2003-02-12)

1. The art of debugging a blank sheet of paper (or, in these
days of on-line editing, the art of {debugging an empty
2. A pastime similar to banging one's head against a wall, but
with fewer opportunities for reward.
3. The most fun you can have with your clothes on (although
clothes are not mandatory).
[{Jargon File}]

programming fluid
(Or "{wirewater}") Coffee, unleaded coffee
(decaffeinated), Cola, or any caffeinacious stimulant. Many
hackers consider these essential for those all-night {hacking

programming fluid ::: (jargon) (Or wirewater) Coffee, unleaded coffee (decaffeinated), Cola, or any caffeinacious stimulant. Many hackers consider these essential for those all-night hacking runs. (1996-05-01)

programming language
A {formal language} in which {computer programs} are
written. The definition of a particular language consists of both
{syntax} (how the various symbols of the language may be combined)
and {semantics} (the meaning of the language constructs).
Languages are classified as low level if they are close to
{machine code} and high level if each language statement
corresponds to many machine code instructions (though this
could also apply to a low level language with extensive use of
{macros}, in which case it would be debatable whether it still
counted as low level). A roughly parallel classification is
the description as {first generation language} through to
{fifth generation language}.
The other major classification of languages distinguishes
between {imperative languages}, {procedural language} and
{declarative languages}.
{Programming languages in this dictionary
{Programming languages time-line/family tree

programming language ::: (language) A formal language in which computer programs are written. The definition of a particular language consists of both syntax (how the various symbols of the language may be combined) and semantics (the meaning of the language constructs).Languages are classified as low level if they are close to machine code and high level if each language statement corresponds to many machine code instructions level). A roughly parallel classification is the description as first generation language through to fifth generation language.The other major classification of languages distinguishes between imperative languages, procedural language and declarative languages. .(2004-05-17)

programming: Mathematical optimisation.

Programming ::: Crafting an artifical spirit with a particular purpose in mind. Generally this is a more elaborate method of patterning and loading a construct, talisman, sigil, etc. with sub-purposes and tasks as part of a greater goal or working. In terms of sigilized constructs, the idea is to pattern and load a specific sigil for one specific task and then to repeat that process for other tasks and to make a meta-seal and form for the construct based around those sub-sigils and patterns. The programming, then, of the construct is the sum total of the various sigilized task threads and reflects the greater goal of the working.

Programming Language/Cornell
(PL/C) A large subset of {PL/I} from {Cornell
University}, aimed at novice programmers.
["Introduction to PL/1 and PL/C programming", Kochenburger,
Ralph J., Santa Barbara, Hamilton, c1974].
["User's Guide to PL/C", S. Worona et al, Cornell, June 1974].
["PL/C - A High Performance Compiler" H.L. Morgan et al, Proc
SJCC, AFIPS 38:503-510 (1971)].

Programming Language/Cornell ::: (language) (PL/C) A large subset of PL/I from Cornell University, aimed at novice programmers.[Introduction to PL/1 and PL/C programming, Kochenburger, Ralph J., Santa Barbara, Hamilton, c1974].[User's Guide to PL/C, S. Worona et al, Cornell, June 1974].[PL/C - A High Performance Compiler H.L. Morgan et al, Proc SJCC, AFIPS 38:503-510 (1971)]. (1999-05-26)

Programming Language/Systems
(PL/S) An {IBM} machine-oriented language derived
from {PL/I}, in the late 1960s, for the {IBM 360} and {IBM
370}. PL/S permitted {inline} {assembly language} and control
over {register} usage.
Previous IBM 360 operating systems such as {OS/MFT} and
{OS/MVT} had been written entirely in {assembly language}.
The first IBM OS that had any significant portion written in
PL/S was {MVS}, followed by {OS/VS1}, {OS/VS2} and {OS/SVS}.
PL/S was part of IBM's {OCO
(} (object
code only) effort, started in 1983. PL/S was used internally
and never released to the public. It is documented in various
IBM internal ZZ-? publications.
Versions: PLS1, PLSII.
["PL/S, Programming Language/Systems", W.R. Brittenham, Proc
GUIDE Intl, GUIDE 34, May 14, 1972, pp. 540-556].

Programming Language/Systems ::: (language) (PL/S) An IBM machine-oriented language derived from PL/I in the late 1960s for the IBM 360 and IBM 370. PL/S permitted inline assembly language and control over register usage.Much of IBM 360 OS/MFT(?), OS/MVT(?), OS/VS1 and OS/VS2 (OS/SVS and MVS) were written in PL/S. It was used internally and never released to the public. It is documented in various IBM internal ZZ-? publications.Versions: PLS1, PLSII.[PL/S, Programming Language/Systems, W.R. Brittenham, Proc GUIDE Intl, GUIDE 34, May 14, 1972, pp. 540-556].[Were MFT and MVT in PL/S or pure BAL? Dates?] (1999-01-24)

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1:Programming is understanding.
   ~ Kristen Nygaard,
2:Shell programming is a 1950s juke box . . . ~ Larry Wall,
3:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis,
4:The art of programming is the skill of controlling complexity.
   ~ Marijn Haverbeke, Eloquent JavaScript,
5:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God
   ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams in Programming, 1982,
6:The nearest thing Common Lisp has to a motto is the koan-like description, the programmable programming language.
   ~ ?,,
7:Even with skills that are primarily mental, such as computer programming or speaking a foreign language, it remains the case that we learn best through practice and repetition-the natural learning process.
   ~ Robert Greene, Mastery,
8:The most powerful programming language is Lisp. If you don't know Lisp (or its variant, Scheme), you don't appreciate what a powerful language is. Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages. ~ Richard Stallman,
9:If Lisp is a 'programmable programming language,' then Scheme is an assemble-it-at-home kit for making yourself a programmable programming language. JavaScript does not have this quality AT ALL.
   ~ ?,,
10:Every reader should ask himself periodically 'Toward what end, toward what end?' -- but do not ask it too often lest you pass up the fun of programming for the constipation of bittersweet philosophy.
   ~ Harold Abelson, Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs,
11:Greenspun's tenth rule of programming is an aphorism in computer programming and especially programming language circles that states: Any sufficiently complicated C or Fortran program contains an ad-hoc, informally-specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of Common Lisp. ~ Philip Greenspun,
12:Programming, it turns out, is hard. The fundamental rules are typically simple and cleaR But programs built on top of these rules tend to become complex enough to introduce their own rules and complexity. You're building your own maze, in a way, and you might just get lost in it.
   ~ Marijn Haverbeke,
13:Below the surface of the machine, the program moves. Without effort, it expands and contracts. In great harmony, electrons scatter and regroup. The forms on the monitor are but ripples on the water. The essence stays invisibly below.
   ~ Marijn Haverbeke, Eloquent Javascript, Master Yuan-Ma, The Book of Programming,
14:The final result is a system where programmers, artists, animators, and designers are productively programming directly in an S-expression Scheme-like language. Dan closed his talk by wowing the audience with the trailer for the game, which has now been released and is garnering extremely positive reviews. ~,
15:John McCarthy (September 4, 1927 - October 24, 2011) was an American computer scientist and cognitive scientist. McCarthy was one of the founders of the discipline of artificial intelligence.[1] He coined the term artificial intelligence (AI), developed the Lisp programming language family, significantly influenced the design of the ALGOL programming language, popularized timesharing, and was very influential in the early development of AI.
   ~ Wikipedia,
16:nabla9 on July 15, 2018 [-] \n\nCommon Lisp as hackish vs protective is nice way to describe it.\n\nAnother way to describe it exploratory vs implementatory.\n\nIn some ways Common Lisp is like Mathematica for programming. It's a language for a computer architect to develop and explore high level concept. It's not a accident that early Javascript prototype was done in common lisp or that metaobject protocols, aspect-oriented programming, etc. were first implemented and experimented with Common Lisp. ~ site,,
17:John von Neumann (/vɒn ˈnɔɪmən/; Hungarian: Neumann Janos Lajos, pronounced [ˈnɒjmɒn ˈjaːnoʃ ˈlɒjoʃ]; December 28, 1903 - February 8, 1957) was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist, and polymath. He made major contributions to a number of fields, including mathematics (foundations of mathematics, functional analysis, ergodic theory, geometry, topology, and numerical analysis), physics (quantum mechanics, hydrodynamics, and quantum statistical mechanics), economics (game theory), computing (Von Neumann architecture, linear programming, self-replicating machines, stochastic computing), and statistics.
   ~ Wikipedia,
18:The path of seeking truth within and without is not an easy one. It goes literally against everything we've been told and taught by society and governments. The indoctrination of lies, the conditioning and programming is deep and far reaching. It has been going on for millennia. It takes tremendous effort to wake up from the hypnotic slumber, where most people dream to be awake. At this time of transition, as more and more knowledge is coming to the surface, there is the potential to create a new earth. However, this is also the age of deception for there are forces at work that do not want this to happen. They do their best to vector us away from truth and the most effective way to swallow a lie is to sandwich it between some truth with some emotional hooks. As mentioned many times before, lies are mixed with truth, hence discernment is essential. We need to engage our higher emotional center connecting us to divine intuition and also activate our higher intellect, engaging in sincere, open minded critical thinking, fusing the heart and the mind, mysticism and science. ~ Bernhard Guenther,
19:Why Ubuntu: If I were you I'd just install Ubuntu into a dual-boot partition (the Ubuntu website has instructions for this) and learn as you go. Ubuntu is similar enough to Windows that you should be able to start using it right away without much difficulty.
   For running your Python scripts you'll want to drop into the shell (Ctrl + Alt + T If memory serves me right). As you become more comfortable with Ubuntu, you can start using the shell more and more. The shell is what gives you access to the power of Unix; every time you need to do something tedious and repetitive, try to find out how to do it through the shell.
   Eventually you will find yourself using the shell constantly. You'll wonder how you ever managed without it, and deride other operating systems for their lack of sensible programming tools. One day you'll realise that desktop window managers are a needless distraction. You start using xmonad or awesomewm. Eventually you realise that this, too, is a bastardisaton of the Unix vision and start using tmux exclusively. Then suddenly it hits you - every computer, every operating system, no matter how insignificant or user-friendly, has the Unix nature. All of them are merely streams from where you can ssh back into the ocean of Unix. Having achieved enlightenment you are equally content using an iPad as your main work computer, using powershell in Windows or SSH into a Digital Ocean droplet from your parent's computer. This is the Zen of Unix.
   ~ JohnyTex,,
A daemon is a process that runs in the background, not connecting to any controlling terminal. Daemons are normally started at boot time, are run as root or some
other special user (such as apache or postfix), and handle system-level tasks. As a
convention, the name of a daemon often ends in d (as in crond and sshd), but this is
not required, or even universal.
The name derives from Maxwell's demon, an 1867 thought experiment by the physicist James Maxwell. Daemons are also supernatural beings in Greek mythology,
existing somewhere between humans and the gods and gifted with powers and divine
knowledge. Unlike the demons of Judeo-Christian lore, the Greek daemon need not
be evil. Indeed, the daemons of mythology tended to be aides to the gods, performing
tasks that the denizens of Mount Olympus found themselves unwilling to do-much
as Unix daemons perform tasks that foreground users would rather avoid.
A daemon has two general requirements: it must run as a child of init, and it must
not be connected to a terminal.
In general, a program performs the following steps to become a daemon:
1. Call fork( ). This creates a new process, which will become the daemon.
2. In the parent, call exit( ). This ensures that the original parent (the daemon's
grandparent) is satisfied that its child terminated, that the daemon's parent is no
longer running, and that the daemon is not a process group leader. This last
point is a requirement for the successful completion of the next step.
3. Call setsid( ), giving the daemon a new process group and session, both of
which have it as leader. This also ensures that the process has no associated controlling terminal (as the process just created a new session, and will not assign
4. Change the working directory to the root directory via chdir( ). This is done
because the inherited working directory can be anywhere on the filesystem. Daemons tend to run for the duration of the system's uptime, and you don't want to
keep some random directory open, and thus prevent an administrator from
unmounting the filesystem containing that directory.
5. Close all file descriptors. You do not want to inherit open file descriptors, and,
unaware, hold them open.
6. Open file descriptors 0, 1, and 2 (standard in, standard out, and standard error)
and redirect them to /dev/null.
Following these rules, here is a program that daemonizes itself:
~ OReilly Linux System Programming,
21:Of course we do." Dresden's voice was cutting. "But you're thinking too small. Building humanity's greatest empire is like building the world's largest anthill. Insignificant. There is a civilization out there that built the protomolecule and hurled it at us over two billion years ago. They were already gods at that point. What have they become since then? With another two billion years to advance?"
With a growing dread, Holden listened to Dresden speak. This speech had the air of something spoken before. Perhaps many times. And it had worked. It had convinced powerful people. It was why Protogen had stealth ships from the Earth shipyards and seemingly limitless behind-the-scenes support.
"We have a terrifying amount of catching up to do, gentlemen," Dresden was saying. "But fortunately we have the tool of our enemy to use in doing it."
"Catching up?" a soldier to Holden's left said. Dresden nodded at the man and smiled.
"The protomolecule can alter the host organism at the molecular level; it can create genetic change on the fly. Not just DNA, but any stable replicatoR But it is only a machine. It doesn't think. It follows instructions. If we learn how to alter that programming, then we become the architects of that change."
Holden interrupted. "If it was supposed to wipe out life on Earth and replace it with whatever the protomolecule's creators wanted, why turn it loose?"
"Excellent question," Dresden said, holding up one finger like a college professor about to deliver a lecture. "The protomolecule doesn't come with a user's manual. In fact, we've never before been able to actually watch it carry out its program. The molecule requires significant mass before it develops enough processing power to fulfill its directives. Whatever they are."
Dresden pointed at the screens covered with data around them.
"We are going to watch it at work. See what it intends to do. How it goes about doing it. And, hopefully, learn how to change that program in the process."
"You could do that with a vat of bacteria," Holden said.
"I'm not interested in remaking bacteria," Dresden said.
"You're fucking insane," Amos said, and took another step toward Dresden. Holden put a hand on the big mechanic's shoulder.
"So," Holden said. "You figure out how the bug works, and then what?"
"Then everything. Belters who can work outside a ship without wearing a suit. Humans capable of sleeping for hundreds of years at a time flying colony ships to the stars. No longer being bound to the millions of years of evolution inside one atmosphere of pressure at one g, slaves to oxygen and water. We decide what we want to be, and we reprogram ourselves to be that. That's what the protomolecule gives us."

Dresden had stood back up as he'd delivered this speech, his face shining with the zeal of a prophet.
"What we are doing is the best and only hope of humanity's survival. When we go out there, we will be facing gods."
"And if we don't go out?" Fred asked. He sounded thoughtful.
"They've already fired a doomsday weapon at us once," Dresden said.
The room was silent for a moment. Holden felt his certainty slip. He hated everything about Dresden's argument, but he couldn't quite see his way past it. He knew in his bones that something about it was dead wrong, but he couldn't find the words. Naomi's voice startled him.
"Did it convince them?" she asked.
"Excuse me?" Dresden said.
"The scientists. The technicians. Everyone you needed to make it happen. They actually had to do this. They had to watch the video of people dying all over Eros. They had to design those radioactive murder chambers. So unless you managed to round up every serial killer in the solar system and send them through a postgraduate program, how did you do this?"
"We modified our science team to remove ethical restraints."
Half a dozen clues clicked into place in Holden's head. ~ James S A Corey, Leviathan Wakes,
22:For instance, a popular game with California occultists-I do not know its inventor-involves a Magic Room, much like the Pleasure Dome discussed earlier except that this Magic Room contains an Omniscient Computer.
   To play this game, you simply "astrally project" into the Magic Room. Do not ask what "astral projection" means, and do not assume it is metaphysical (and therefore either impossible, if you are a materialist, or very difficult, if you are a mystic). Just assume this is a gedankenexperiment, a "mind game." Project yourself, in imagination, into this Magic Room and visualize vividly the Omniscient Computer, using the details you need to make such a super-information-processor real to your fantasy. You do not need any knowledge of programming to handle this astral computer. It exists early in the next century; you are getting to use it by a species of time-travel, if that metaphor is amusing and helpful to you. It is so built that it responds immediately to human brain-waves, "reading" them and decoding their meaning. (Crude prototypes of such computers already exist.) So, when you are in this magic room, you can ask this Computer anything, just by thinking of what you want to know. It will read your thought, and project into your brain, by a laser ray, the correct answer.
   There is one slight problem. The computer is very sensitive to all brain-waves. If you have any doubts, it registers them as negative commands, meaning "Do not answer my question." So, the way to use it is to start simply, with "easy" questions. Ask it to dig out of the archives the name of your second-grade teacher. (Almost everybody remembers the name of their first grade teacher-imprint vulnerability again-but that of the second grade teacher tends to get lost.)
   When the computer has dug out the name of your second grade teacher, try it on a harder question, but not one that is too hard. It is very easy to sabotage this machine, but you don't want to sabotage it during these experiments. You want to see how well it can be made to perform.
   It is wise to ask only one question at a time, since it requires concentration to keep this magic computer real on the field of your perception. Do not exhaust your capacities for imagination and visualization on your first trial runs.
   After a few trivial experiments of the second-grade-teacher variety, you can try more interesting programs. Take a person toward whom you have negative feelings, such as anger, disappointment, feeling-of-betrayal, jealousy or whatever interferes with the smooth, tranquil operation of your own bio-computer. Ask the Magic Computer to explain that other person to you; to translate you into their reality-tunnel long enough for you to understand how events seem to them. Especially, ask how you seem to them.
   This computer will do that job for you; but be prepared for some shocks which might be disagreeable at first. This super-brain can also perform exegesis on ideas that seem obscure, paradoxical or enigmatic to us. For instance, early experiments with this computer can very profitably turn on asking it to explain some of the propositions in this book which may seem inexplicable or perversely wrong-headed to you, such as "We are all greater artists than we realize" or "What the Thinker thinks, the Prover proves" or "mind and its contents are functionally identical."
   This computer is much more powerful and scientifically advanced than the rapture-machine in the neurosomatic circuit. It has total access to all the earlier, primitive circuits, and overrules any of them. That is, if you put a meta-programming instruction into this computer; it will relay it downward to the old circuits and cancel contradictory programs left over from the past. For instance, try feeding it on such meta-programming instructions as: 1. I am at cause over my body. 2. I am at cause over my imagination. 3.1 am at cause over my future. 4. My mind abounds with beauty and power. 5.1 like people, and people like me.
   Remember that this computer is only a few decades ahead of present technology, so it cannot "understand" your commands if you harbor any doubts about them. Doubts tell it not to perform. Work always from what you can believe in, extending the area of belief only as results encourage you to try for more dramatic transformations of your past reality-tunnels.
   This represents cybernetic consciousness; the programmer becoming self-programmer, self-metaprogrammer, meta-metaprogrammer, etc. Just as the emotional compulsions of the second circuit seem primitive, mechanical and, ultimately, silly to the neurosomatic consciousness, so, too, the reality maps of the third circuit become comic, relativistic, game-like to the metaprogrammer. "Whatever you say it is, it isn't, " Korzybski, the semanticist, repeated endlessly in his seminars, trying to make clear that third-circuit semantic maps are not the territories they represent; that we can always make maps of our maps, revisions of our revisions, meta-selves of our selves. "Neti, neti" (not that, not that), Hindu teachers traditionally say when asked what "God" is or what "Reality" is. Yogis, mathematicians and musicians seem more inclined to develop meta-programming consciousness than most of humanity. Korzybski even claimed that the use of mathematical scripts is an aid to developing this circuit, for as soon as you think of your mind as mind 1 , and the mind which contemplates that mind as mind2 and the mind which contemplates mind2 contemplating mind 1 as mind3, you are well on your way to meta-programming awareness. Alice in Wonderland is a masterful guide to the metaprogramming circuit (written by one of the founders of mathematical logic) and Aleister Crowley soberly urged its study upon all students of yoga. ~ Robert Anton Wilson, Prometheus Rising,

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1:Programming is understanding.
   ~ Kristen Nygaard,
2:Programming is a social activity. ~ Robert C Martin
3:My programming language was solder. ~ Terry Pratchett
4:I don't like programming. It's tedious. ~ Rasmus Lerdorf
5:The Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming: ~ Anonymous
6:Shell programming is a 1950s juke box . . . ~ Larry Wall,
7:Your soul is bigger than your programming. ~ Claudia Gray
8:Programming in Basic causes brain damage. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
9:The greatest single programming language ever designed ~ Alan Kay
10:noble winged pig.’” “Yes, the spirit of programming. ~ Vernor Vinge
11:A data structure is just a stupid programming language. ~ Bill Gosper
12:It's against my programming to impersonate a deity. ~ Lawrence Kasdan
13:I'm not antisocial. But I just like programming by myself. ~ Anonymous
14:Successful weight loss takes programming, not willpower. ~ Phil McGraw
15:I skip through the programming to watch the commercials. ~ Mel Karmazin
16:Low-level programming is good for the programmer's soul. ~ John Carmack
17:There was something amazingly enticing about programming. ~ Vinton Cerf
18:Programming is not a science. Programming is a craft. ~ Richard Stallman
19:Programming is the art of doing one thing at a time ~ Michael C Feathers
20:BASIC is to computer programming as QWERTY is to typing. ~ Seymour Papert
21:I also love Mole, the unsung hero of reality programming. ~ Kathy Griffin
22:It's just programming"
"No. It's because I love him ~ Scott Westerfeld
23:I actually hate programming, but I love solving problems. ~ Rasmus Lerdorf
24:For all the robots who question their programming. ~ Annalee Newitz
25:Programming is legitimate and necessary academic endeavour. ~ Donald Knuth
26:Programming is much much harder than doing mathematics. ~ Doron Zeilberger
27:The Elements of Programming Style (with P. J. Plauger) ~ Brian W Kernighan
28:You can begin programming yourself consciously to be more ~ Steve Chandler
29:Premature optimization is the root of all evil in programming. ~ Tony Hoare
30:Changing requirements are the programming equivalent of friction ~ Sandi Metz
31:Programming in machine code is like eating with a toothpick ~ Charles Petzold
32:The art of programming is the art of organizing complexity. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
33:Programming in machine code is like eating with a toothpick. ~ Charles Petzold
34:the road to programming hell is paved with global variables, ~ Steve McConnell
35:After graduating in 1973 I went into the programming field. ~ W Richard Stevens
36:Controlling complexity is the essence of computer programming. ~ Brian Kernighan
37:It means that a programming language should, above all, be malleable. ~ Anonymous
38:Television has certainly become a wasteland of quality programming. ~ Robin Leach
39:The art of programming is the skill of controlling complexity. ~ Marijn Haverbeke
40:Lisp is a programmable programming language. ~ John Foderaro, CACM, September 1991.
41:The real hero of programming is the one who writes negative code. ~ Douglas McIlroy
42:In programming, as in everything else, to be in error is to be reborn. ~ Alan Perlis
43:meritocracies. Computer programming didn't operate as an old-boy network, ~ Anonymous
44:programming is a job where Lovecraft meets tradecraft, all the time. ~ Charles Stross
45:I find that writing unit tests actually increases my programming speed ~ Martin Fowler
46:In programming, it’s often the buts in the specification that kill you. ~ Boris Beizer
47:JavaScript is the world's most misunderstood programming language. ~ Douglas Crockford
48:Maybe her programming was overwhelmed by Prince Kai’s uncanny hotness. ~ Marissa Meyer
49:testing is usually the most mis-scheduled part of programming. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
50:That’s quality programming. It’s on the Arts and Entertainment Network. ~ Robert Bevan
51:The key to solving the problem is interaction design before programming. ~ Alan Cooper
52:If you think about computer programming, it's as antisocial as it gets. ~ Shawn Fanning
53:For programming is a job where Lovecraft meets tradecraft, all the time. ~ Charles Stross
54:In programming the World Wide Computer, we will be programming our lives. ~ Nicholas Carr
55:Optimism is an occupational hazard of programming; feedback is the treatment. ~ Kent Beck
56:Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand progress. ~ Alan Perlis
57:Something about Van has always brought late-night nature programming to mind. ~ John Wray
58:Programming is not about what you know.
It's about what you can figure out. ~ Socrates
59:to DNA, our most complex programming projects are like pocket calculators. ~ Randall Munroe
60:I find languages that support just one programming paradigm constraining ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
61:The whole cable-TV original programming just changed the nature of television. ~ Anson Mount
62:1: One man's constant is another man's variable. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
63:A sentient mind refuses to be confined by the parameters of its programming. ~ Stephen Baxter
64:By becoming mindful of our cultural programming, we can step out of it. ~ Christiane Northrup
65:Design and programming are human activities; forget that and all is lost. ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
66:I am rarely happier than when spending an entire day programming my computer. ~ Douglas Adams
67:The genes are master programmers, and they are programming for their lives. ~ Richard Dawkins
68:I think the cultural programming on the ABC is one of the glories of the ABC. ~ George Brandis
69:The definition of intelligence is the ability to defy your own programming. ~ C Robert Cargill
70:Every person's mental programming is partly unique, partly shared with others. ~ Geert Hofstede
71:The only way to learn a new programming language is by writing programs in it. ~ Dennis Ritchie
72:You have experience in C programming?  That’s mainly what we need on that project. ~ Mike Wells
73:Ruby on Rails is a breakthrough in lowering the barriers of entry to programming. ~ Tim O Reilly
74:The most disastrous thing that you can ever learn is your first programming language. ~ Alan Kay
75:3: Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semi-colons. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
76:If you don’t take responsibility for programming yourself, then someone else will. ~ Paul McKenna
77:Perl was designed as a programming language for automating system administration. ~ Mike Loukides
78:A good programming language is a conceptual universe for thinking about programming. ~ Alan Perlis
79:Excusing bad programming is a shooting offence, no matter what the circumstances. ~ Linus Torvalds
80:Programming is a skill best acquired by practice and example rather than from books. ~ Alan Turing
81:He had little patience for the mystical, spiritual approach of computer programming. ~ Michael Lewis
82:I will program my mind to forbid itself from moving beyond its own reprogramming range. ~ Ted Chiang
83:Programming graphics in X is like finding the square root of PI using Roman numerals. ~ Henry Spencer
84:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis
85:A programming language is a tool that has profound influence on our thinking habits. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
86:In English every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages. ~ Alan Perlis
87:Optimism is an occupational hazard of programming; feedback is the treatment." - Kent Beck ~ Anonymous
88:You cannot teach beginners top-down programming, because they don't know which end is up. ~ Tony Hoare
89:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis,
90:Programming is the art of telling another human being what one wants the computer to do. ~ Donald Knuth
91:There is nothing in the programming field more despicable than an undocumented program ~ Edward Yourdon
92:31: Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
93:A programming language is low level when its programs require attention to the irrelevant. ~ Alan Perlis
94:In college, before video games, we would amuse ourselves by posing programming exercises. ~ Ken Thompson
95:I’ve wondered if I could take my computer programming skills and apply them to learning math. ~ Anonymous
96:The art of programming is the skill of controlling complexity.
   ~ Marijn Haverbeke, Eloquent JavaScript,
97:The linear-programming was - and is - perhaps the single most important real-life problem. ~ Keith Devlin
98:Programming languages are like girlfriends: The new one is better because *you* are better. ~ Derek Sivers
99:Your choice of programming model also is your choice of programming model, so to speak. ~ Anders Hejlsberg
100:Don't tell television, but there is some superior programming being made on the Interwebz. ~ Chris Hardwick
101:I love both acting and programming equally. I think it enriches me and enhances me as an artist. ~ Masi Oka
102:Sequential programming is really hard, and parallel programming is a step beyond that. ~ Andrew S Tanenbaum
103:Everyday life is like programming, I guess. If you love something you can put beauty into it. ~ Donald Knuth
104:Most media leaders are liberal and much of their programming reflects anti-Christian sentiment. ~ Tim LaHaye
105:Programming allows you to think about thinking, and while debugging you learn learning. ~ Nicholas Negroponte
106:Programming is like sex: It may give some concrete results, but that is not why we do it. ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
107:There are people who actually like programming. I dont understand why they like programming. ~ Rasmus Lerdorf
108:We have been in the process of reprogramming men and the way they are raised for a long time. ~ Rush Limbaugh
109:Any nerd who grew up around the time that I did, BBC programming was a treasure chest for us. ~ Chris Hardwick
110:Code and forget, code and forget: programming as a collective exercise in incremental forgetting. ~ Ellen Ullman
111:Ive enjoyed programming on NPR, but were broke and therefore all spending must be reduced. ~ Jaime Herrera Beutler
112:Owning a computer without programming is like having a kitchen and using only the microwave oven ~ Charles Petzold
113:With .NET once an API is published it's available to all programming languages at the same time. ~ Miguel de Icaza
114:the current ECMAScript standard proposal would bring support for class-based programming in the future, ~ Anonymous
115:Your adrenaline starts to go when the market opens in the morning. It's like sports programming. ~ Sallie Krawcheck
116:As usual in programming, if something is difficult for you to understand, it’s probably not a good idea. ~ Mark Lutz
117:Design and programming are human activities; forget that and all is lost. —Bjarne Stroustrup, 1991 ~ Robert C Martin
118:If we really want to spend our days programming, we are going to have to learn to talk to—people.1 ~ Robert C Martin
119:Lance was to computer programming what Joyce was to literature, possibly profound but also baffling. ~ Michael Lewis
120:Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight. ~ Bill Gates
121:the thunder and bombast of what passes for news programming today--Motto: All terror, all the time ~ J Maarten Troost
122:11: If you have a procedure with 10 parameters, you probably missed some. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
123:Learning. It's really the primary reason behind everything I do. Programming, entrepreneuring, writing. ~ Derek Sivers
124:55: LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
125:Job Control Language is the worst programming language ever designed anywhere by anybody for any purpose. ~ Fred Brooks
126:Your mind is programmable – if you’re not programming your mind, someone else will program it for you. ~ Jeremy Hammond
127:95: Don't have good ideas if you aren't willing to be responsible for them. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
128:The time it will take to finish a programming project is twice as long as the time you've allotted for it. ~ Alan Cooper
129:But if you kept thinking about a fight you’d lost, Mom said, you were programming yourself to lose again. ~ Karen Russell
130:Object-oriented programming is an exceptionally bad idea which could only have originated in California. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
131:41: Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand progress. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
132:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God
   ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams in Programming, 1982,
133:57: It is easier to change the specification to fit the program than vice versa. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
134:Culture is the collective programming of the mind which distinguishes the members of one group from another. ~ Geert Hofstede
135:79: A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
136:However, when Java is promoted as the sole programming language, its flaws and limitations become serious. ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
137:I can appreciate the logistics of shipping any sort of produce discreetly inside of an alleged programming manual: ~ Anonymous
138:AMC is a fantastic network that does diverse programming, and does it at a really good level and of great quality. ~ Jamie Bell
139:I don’t think that kids starting out with computers today get as welcome of an entry to programming as I did. ~ Walter Isaacson
140:One of the most valuable things we can learn from open sexual lifestyles is that our programming is changeable. ~ Dossie Easton
141:Programming went back to the beginning of time. It was a little like the midden out back of his father's castle. ~ Vernor Vinge
142:Half-assed programming was a time-filler that, like knitting, must date to the beginning of the human experience. ~ Vernor Vinge
143:When someone says, "I want a programming language in which I need only say what I want done," give him a lollipop. ~ Alan Perlis
144:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God. ~ Alan Perlis (1982) Epigrams on Programming. nr.79
145:If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
146:XML is not a language in the sense of a programming language any more than sketches on a napkin are a language. ~ Charles Simonyi
147:75: The computing field is always in need of new cliches: Banality sooths our nerves. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
148:Half-assed programming was a time-filler that, like knitting, must date to the beginning of the human experience. Of ~ Vernor Vinge
149:If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in. ~ Edsger W Dijkstra
150:Violence is interesting. This is a great obstacle to world peace and also to more thoughtful television programming. ~ P J O Rourke
151:80: Prolonged contact with the computer turns mathematicians into clerks and vice versa. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
152:I'm a programmer. I like programming. And the best way I've found to have a positive impact on code is to write it. ~ Robert C Martin
153:Programming is similar to a game of golf. The point is not getting the ball in the hole but how many strokes it takes. ~ Hayley Mills
154:Unlike in most programming languages, SQL treats null as a special value, different from zero, false, or an empty string. ~ Anonymous
155:you stick to what you know, who you know and where you know. You do not move out of regularly scheduled programming. ~ Kristen Ashley
156:58: Fools ignore complexity. Pragmatists suffer it. Some can avoid it. Geniuses remove it. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
157:Hackety Hack is a free Ruby-based environment aiming to make learning programming easy for beginners, especially teenagers. ~ Anonymous
158:Every parent in America has the total power to control all television programming that is dispatched to their home today. ~ Jack Valenti
159:59: In English every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
160:19: A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming, is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
161:8: A programming language is low level when its programs require attention to the irrelevant. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
162:The press is supposed to equip people to act as citizens and not just consumers of programming that happens to be news. ~ David Folkenflik
163:The logical and extralogical exercises you do in meditation are very similar to advanced systems analysis and programming. ~ Frederick Lenz
164:The problem that Dijkstra recognized, early on, was that programming is hard, and that programmers don’t do it very well. ~ Robert C Martin
165:Programming is like sex: It may give some concrete results, but that is not why we do it. – apologies to Richard Feynman ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
166:there must be some connection between his excessively romantic attitude toward computer programming and his appeal to women. ~ Michael Lewis
167:This week Apple stores are holding free computer programming classes for children. Or as that's called in China, a job fair. ~ Conan O Brien
168:To me programming is more than an important practical art. It is also a gigantic undertaking in the foundations of knowledge. ~ Grace Hopper
169:A programming language is like a natural, human language in that it favors certain methaphors, images, and ways of thinking. ~ Seymour Papert
170:You are being programmed all day, every day. You can't stop it, but you can determine if the programming is positive or negative. ~ Randy Gage
171:Follow your dreams wherever they lead you and pay for those dreams with good jobs in software programming and computer design! ~ Frederick Lenz
172:If you program a machine, you know what it’s capable of. If the machine is programming itself, who knows what it might do? The ~ Garry Kasparov
173:It turns out that style matters in programming for the same reason that it matters in writing. It makes for better reading. ~ Douglas Crockford
174:Generally, the craft of programming is the factoring of a set of requirements into a a set of functions and data structures. ~ Douglas Crockford
175:Object-oriented programming offers a sustainable way to write spaghetti code. It lets you accrete programs as a series of patches. ~ Paul Graham
176:You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. Its logic-based creativity. ~ John Romero
177:One of the big lessons of a big project is you don't want people that aren't really programmers programming, you'll suffer for it! ~ John Carmack
178:Even calling DNA “source code” sells it short—compared to DNA, our most complex programming projects are like pocket calculators. ~ Randall Munroe
179:He wasn’t a robot needing reprogramming; he was a person. He was ultimately responsible for fixing himself, and only if he wanted to. ~ Penny Reid
180:I love doing the music. I love programming beats and kind of working on the music as much, if not more, than the actual rapping. ~ Joaquin Phoenix
181:This then is programming, both a tar pit in which many efforts have floundered and a creative activity with joys and woes all its own. ~ Anonymous
182:I tell myself I bear witness. The real answer is that it's obviously my programming. And I lack the constitution for suicide. ~ Matthew McConaughey
183:The best book on programming for the layman is Alice in Wonderland, but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman. ~ Alan Perlis
184:an interest in Star Trek and an antisocial lifestyle may not, in fact, be unassailable correlates of talent in computer programming. ~ Cordelia Fine
185:[Donald Trump] can do it [build the wall] by executive order by just re-programming money within the within the Immigration Service. ~ Rudy Giuliani
186:Learning the art of programming, like most other disciplines, consists of first learning the rules and then learning when to break them. ~ Joshua Bloch
187:So, what does it mean for teaching and learning programming when the solution to every beginner problem is available on the Internet? ~ Cay S Horstmann
188:I think USA has a great handle on programming and content. They know their viewers and they know what works... Character driven programming! ~ Tim DeKay
189:The most challenging part of programming is conceptualizing the problem, and many errors in programming are conceptual errors. Because ~ Steve McConnell
190:42: You can measure a programmer's perspective by noting his attitude on the continuing vitality of FORTRAN. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
191:Programming is an act of creation. When we write code we are creating something out of nothing. We are boldly imposing order upon chaos. ~ Robert C Martin
192:I loved logic, math, computer programming. I loved systems and logic approaches. And so I just figured architecture is this perfect combination. ~ Maya Lin
193:Most good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program. ~ Linus Torvalds
194:The universe is already programmed to give each of us a year of happiness. Our challenge lies in programming ourselves to receive it. ~ Marianne Williamson
195:Cinder twisted up her lips. "Do you think it could have a virus?"
"Maybe her programming was overwhelmed by Prince Kai's uncanny hotness. ~ Marissa Meyer
196:Functional programming is the use of functions that transform values into units of abstraction, subsequently used to build software systems. ~ Michael Fogus
197:In programming languages, as Erann Gat has pointed out, what "industry best practice" actually gets you is not the best, but merely the average. ~ Anonymous
198:It took me 1057 pages to describe the hundreds of mathematical equations, algorithms and programming techniques that I invented and used. ~ Philip Emeagwali
199:I've been programming computers since elementary school, where they taught us, and I stuck with computer science through high school and college. ~ Masi Oka
200:Programming is one of the most difficult branches of applied mathematics; the poorer mathematicians had better remain pure mathematicians. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
201:Some people become dullards, but as children we are all creative. It's in the programming, the socialization, that we lose our sense of play. ~ Julie Taymor
202:16: Every program has (at least) two purposes: the one for which it was written and another for which it wasn't. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
203:We spend too much time fretting over the way the industry produces programming, and too little worrying about the way the public consumes it ~ Michael Medved
204:If you don’t examine your programming, your programming becomes your physics – as absolute and unchangeable as the laws of material reality. ~ Stefan Molyneux
205:I used to be enamored of object-oriented programming. I'm now finding myself leaning toward believing that it is a plot designed to destroy joy. ~ Eric Allman
206:I remember growing up with television, from the time it was just a test pattern, with maybe a little bit of programming once in a while. ~ Francis Ford Coppola
207:SQL, Lisp, and Haskell are the only programming languages that I've seen where one spends more time thinking than typing. ~ Philip Greenspun, blog, 07-03-2005.
208:Good programming, like good books, asks a little more of the viewer. But no executive today will risk having the viewer bored for even a minute. ~ Fareed Zakaria
209:The science and engineering of programming just isn’t good enough to produce flawless software, and that isn’t going to change anytime soon. The ~ Bruce Schneier
210:Cordelia reviewed her ethics programming, which was limiting her ability to embrace Alex’s concepts. She made some subtle changes to several programs. ~ S H Jucha
211:Don’t be deceived; who they say you are, is not who you become. You become who you think you are. You take the chair in your own programmings! ~ Israelmore Ayivor
212:I don’t predict the demise of object-oriented programming, by the way. Object-oriented programming offers a sustainable way to write spaghetti code. ~ Paul Graham
213:Most of the good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program. ~ Linus Torvalds
214:Most of the media bullshit you about who they are. We don’t. We’re not programming to conservatives, we’re just not eliminating their point of view. ~ Roger Ailes
215:Your programming leads to your thoughts; your thoughts lead to your feelings; your feelings lead to your actions; your actions lead to your results. ~ T Harv Eker
216:Ads featuring real women and real beauty are such a necessary component to offset the potentially dangerous programming out there for little girls. ~ Rashida Jones
217:By combining elements such as hypnosis, magic, neurolinguistic programming and psychology, I can make it appear that I can hack into people's brains. ~ Keith Barry
218:Programming (or making music) at night is dreamtime, a period exclusively mental, utterly absorbed, sustained and timeless, placeless, disembodied. ~ Stewart Brand
219:[Assembly level programming] kind of still separates the chest hair—gender-independent—programmers from those who don't quite have it. — Brendan Eich ~ Peter Seibel
220:The vast wasteland of television programming had finally reached its zenith, and the average person was no longer limited to fifteen minutes of fame. ~ Ernest Cline
221:I didn't know that empty rationalization was part of your programming," said Ram.
"We would not be fit companions for human beings without it. ~ Orson Scott Card
222:If there is ever a science of programming language design, it will probably consist largely of matching languages to the design methods they support. ~ Robert W Floyd
223:One key to successful programming is avoiding arbitrary variations so that your brain can be free to focus on the variations that are really needed. ~ Steve McConnell
224:64: Often it is means that justify ends: Goals advance technique and technique survives even when goal structures crumble. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
225:A Lisp programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Notices 17 (9), September 1982, pp. 7–13.
226:Applicants must also have extensive knowledge of Unix, although they should have sufficiently good programming taste to not consider this an achievement. ~ Hal Abelson
227:I'd rather work on my radio show, which no one hears but I put about eight hours of programming and writing into it for those 30 people who do tune in. ~ Henry Rollins
228:We are programmed; we are literally programmed genetically and then we are programmed environmentally and most people never break out of that programming. ~ Bob Proctor
229:I don't have any focus groups on talent and programming. If I need five people in a mall to be paid $40 to tell me how to do my job, I shouldn't do my job. ~ Roger Ailes
230:And the reason everyone doesn’t use Listp is that programming languages are not merely technologies, but habits of mind as well, and nothing changes slower. ~ Paul Graham
231:I forget sometimes that Im in the HBO stable because I am such a fan of so much of their programming. Like, The Wire is my favorite TV show of all time. ~ John Gallagher Jr
232:JAMES STILL HADN’T RETURNED Kick’s texts, which meant he was deep into programming or, more likely, playing Skyrim. Kick knew he wouldn’t deal well with this, ~ Chelsea Cain
233:The main activity of programming is not the origination of new independent programs, but in the integration, modification, and explanation of existing ones. ~ Terry Winograd
234:Is the programming on such an ear-button receiver of a caliber to enable a man to be a gyroscope, both taking from and giving to society, beautifully balanced? ~ Ray Bradbury
235:I worked with such concentration and focus and I had hundreds of obscure engineering or programming things in my head. I was just real exceptional in that way ~ Steve Wozniak
236:She said the wrong thing or sounded like a space alien with bad programming, when all she wanted was to be just like everyone else. “I meant are you okay now, ~ Susan Mallery
237:Between rounds of speed chess I read enough of a programming manual to teach myself to write programs on the school's DEC mainframe in the language Basic. ~ Eric Allin Cornell
238:On the roof of the taxi, Jimmy pressed Mitchell’s face against the metal. His programming roared inside him, forcing the human part back. Suddenly, Mitchell’s body ~ Joe Craig
239:If you think you're a really good programmer... read Knuth's Art of Computer Programming... You should definitely send me a resume if you can read the whole thing. ~ Bill Gates
240:In theory, I work an eight-hour day and a five-day week which means I can socialise with my pals who mostly have normal jobs like teaching and computer programming. ~ Iain Banks
241:Our biological body itself is a form of hardware that needs re-programming through tantra like a new spiritual software which can release or unblock its potential. ~ Slavoj i ek
242:Our equation should not be that math is hard, and so programming is hard. Rather, it should be that programming can be fun, and this means that math can be fun, too. ~ Anonymous
243:The best way to do research is to make a radical assumption and then assume it's true. For me, I use the assumption that object oriented programming is the way to go. ~ Bill Joy
244:Consciousness is observing your thoughts and actions so that you can live from true choice in the present moment rather than being run by programming from the past. ~ T Harv Eker
245:If we were capable of thinking of everything, we would still be living in Eden, rent-free with all-you-can-eat buffets and infinitely better daytime TV programming. ~ Dean Koontz
246:Only in high school when I began programming computers, did I become interested in tech and start-ups, which led me to attend Stanford and major in Computer Science. ~ Clara Shih
247:Our biological body itself is a form of hardware that needs re-programming through tantra like a new spiritual software which can release or unblock its potential. ~ Slavoj Zizek
248:In a budget, how important is art versus music versus athletics versus computer programming? At the end of the day, some of those trade-offs will be made politically. ~ Bill Gates
249:I think what happens in the world, and I think it's part human nature and part programming, is we become an emulation of what we see. We become clones of each other. ~ Alicia Keys
250:Even if you do a few things right, such as making high use of modern programming practices, you might still make a mistake that nullifies your productivity gains. ~ Steve McConnell
251:I hope to see more programming, more shows, more actors of mixed ethnicity, more young kids of mixed ethnicity choosing to be in the entertainment industry. ~ Charles Michael Davis
252:In programming when you're making a change you have to know all the affected places, and you have to be able to model in your head what the performance impact will be. ~ Bill Gates
253:The nearest thing Common Lisp has to a motto is the koan-like description, the programmable programming language.
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254:I hope to see Ruby help every programmer in the world to be productive, and to enjoy programming, and to be happy. That is the primary purpose of Ruby language. ~ Yukihiro Matsumoto
255:It also makes the program more difficult to change because prose tends to be more tightly interconnected than code. This style is called literate programming. The ~ Marijn Haverbeke
256:Programming in the real world is an interpersonal endeavour, and so is inevitably bound up in relationship issues, politics, and friction from our development processes. ~ Anonymous
257:116: You think you know when you learn, are more sure when you can write, even more when you can teach, but certain when you can program. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
258:I look forward to beginning a relationship with Al Jazeera America, which has made a commitment to producing quality programming and pursuing underreported stories. ~ Soledad O Brien
259:Monty Python is, for reasons best known to nobody, rather popular with computer programmers. There’s even a programming language called Python, based on their sketches. ~ Mark Forsyth
260:Eiffel borrows quite openly from several earlier programming languages and I am sure that if we had found a good language construct in C we would have used it as well. ~ Bertrand Meyer
261:Most programming languages contain good parts and bad parts. I discovered that I could be better programmer by using only the good parts and avoiding the bad parts. ~ Douglas Crockford
262:Yeah, I'm very impressed with Lifetime, this is the first time I've worked with them. I really like the kind of programming that they're into, so I'm hoping that I will. ~ Beau Bridges
263:Thus, adult behavior produces persistent molecular brain changes in offspring, “programming” them to be likely to replicate that distinctive behavior in adulthood.76 ~ Robert M Sapolsky
264:I am not aware of a language in which you can do the same thing with built-​in features as compact and as readable as in Python (except for functional programming languages). ~ Anonymous
265:I graduated from college with a 3.92 GPA with a degree in computer programming and a BFA in fine arts and animation. My first job was painting a mural in the Grimaldis in Queens. ~ JWoww
266:It feels like a totally different MTV now.Now they have all their own original series, and people are talking about going back to music now? It's all original programming. ~ Harry Elfont
267:using playful cleverness to achieve a goal.” Hacking away at something in small chunks or reprogramming bits and pieces of the media is what will define the future of media. ~ Mitch Joel
268:101 Dealing with failure is easy: Work hard to improve. Success is also easy to handle: You've solved the wrong problem. Work hard to improve. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
269:APL is a mistake, carried through to perfection. It is the language of the future for the programming techniques of the past: it creates a new generation of coding bums. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
270:I am rarely happier than when spending entire day programming my computer to perform automatically a task that it would otherwise take me a good ten seconds to do by hand. ~ Douglas Adams
271:I have been wildly enthused about gaming since I was younger, and a career path I chose not to go down but did really consider was getting into programming and game design. ~ Trent Reznor
272:I like 'X Factor' as much as the next person, but I do get overwhelmed with the amount of reality TV. It's such cheap programming and such a load of rubbish, most of it. ~ Joanne Froggatt
273:When you consistently read positive self-improvement books and articles, you are programming your mind with the thoughts and beliefs that will support you in creating success. ~ Hal Elrod
274:Our mandate at Nerdist is that we only get involved with nice people around things that we love. We have the luxury of being in the demographic that we're programming for. ~ Chris Hardwick
275:People are hypocrites. If you ask them what they want to see on TV, they'll tell you they want better quality programming. And then what do they watch? 'Gilligan's Island.' ~ Johnny Carson
276:The expensive ones are for Starz. No. We decided, as part of our Encore strategy, to broaden and strengthen and help focus the Encore plexus by adding original programming. ~ Chris Albrecht
277:The near-universal message of television programming was that girls never got to do anything interesting, and then grew up to be women who faded into the woodwork completely. ~ Gail Collins
278:Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn ~ Stephen Hawking
279:The greatest single programming language ever designed. ~ Alan Kay, about LISP. Quoted in Daniel H. Steinberg, "Daddy, Are We There Yet? A Discussion with Alan Kay", openP2P, 3 April 3 2003.
280:39: A picture is worth 10K words - but only those to describe the picture. Hardly any sets of 10K words can be adequately described with pictures. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
281:We are confidently commanding, in precise detail, the behaviors of a machine that could otherwise do incalculable damage. And so, programming is an act of supreme arrogance. ~ Robert C Martin
282:When The Muppet Show ended, we all sat around and said, what kind of television show would we like to do. We felt the need these days are for some quality children's programming. ~ Jim Henson
283:I'm perfectly happy complaining, because it's cathartic, and I'm perfectly happy arguing with people on the Internet because arguing is my favourite pastime - not programming. ~ Linus Torvalds
284:But, of course, the point of a programming language is that you don't just read it; you write it, too. You make it do things for you. And this, I think, is where Ruby shines (...) ~ Robin Sloan
285:Nixon’s avowedly ‘square’ White House was, in fact, less cheesy than Clinton’s Lite FM programming and more confident than the Kennedys’ culturally craven collect-the-set approach. ~ Mark Steyn
286:Programming will aid a person in developing their mind and will aid their meditation. I find that people who have pursued programming are doing much better in their meditation. ~ Frederick Lenz
287:Who can afford to do professional work for nothing? What hobbyist can put three man-years into programming, finding all bugs, documenting his product, and distributing it for free? ~ Bill Gates
288:New management at Nine has launched a concerted attack on its cost base in order to restore margins through eliminating waste, improving efficiency and lowering programming costs. ~ James Packer
289:Programming is about managing complexity: the complexity of the problem, laid upon the complexity of the machine. Because of this complexity, most of our programming projects fail. ~ Bruce Eckel
290:I used to do all my programming on a BBC computer. It was limited to 16 tracks, and you used the keyboard, not a mouse, to input, but I was using it so long, I got quite fast at it. ~ Vince Clarke
291:Leo went to work with his pliers, reprogramming the signs until the top one flashed: THE DOCTOR IS: IN DA HOUSE. The bottom sign changed to read: NOW SERVING: ALL DA LADIES LUV LEO! ~ Rick Riordan
292:One of the interesting things about programming people of all sorts to be more ethical is that it also makes them more ethical about the limits of programming people to be ethical. ~ Elizabeth Bear
293:The students in your youth ministry don’t need your clever ideas and great programming skills. They need a living model—a man or woman of God who is passionate about his or her faith. ~ Doug Fields
294:I was eventually persuaded of the need to design programming notations so as to maximize the number of errors which cannot be made, or if made, can be reliably detected at compile time. ~ Tony Hoare
295:most obvious application of functions is defining new vocabulary. Creating new words in regular, human-language prose is usually bad style. But in programming, it is indispensable. ~ Marijn Haverbeke
296:Pop music seems to be the way radio programming has chosen to support female artists. They have chosen not to support a more provocative voice from women, which I find disappointing. ~ Shirley Manson
297:I guess some of today's programming has rubbed off on me because I find myself having to set time around for touring, putting that together and then setting time around for recording. ~ Bootsy Collins
298:Too many managers and executives try to reduce programming to a low-level assembly-line activity. That's inefficient, wasteful, costly in the long run, and inhumane to programmers. ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
299:Programming is not a zero-sum game. Teaching something to a fellow programmer doesn't take it away from you. I'm happy to share what I can, because I'm in it for the love of programming. ~ John Carmack
300:Q: Why bother doing proofs about programming languages? They are almost always boring if the definitions are right.
A: The definitions are almost always wrong.

- Anonymous ~ Benjamin C Pierce
301:Don't count out other amazing programming like Frontline. You will still find more hours of in-depth news programming, investigative journalism and analysis on PBS than on any other outlet. ~ Gwen Ifill
302:I’m told finance doesn’t require very complicated math. One guy told me that if you just designed a clean data display, people were amazed. So it’s more just advanced programming, ~ Kim Stanley Robinson
303:It's an important point to realize that the genetic programming of our lives is not fully deterministic. It is statistical - it is in any animal merely statistical - not deterministic. ~ Richard Dawkins
304:Why doesn’t anyone turn on this Improbability Drive thing?” he said. “We could probably reach that.” “What are you, crazy?” said Zaphod. “Without proper programming anything could happen. ~ Douglas Adams
305:I like to protect children. I mean, there's nothing wrong with having adult programming for mature adults that can selectively decide what they want to watch and what they don't want to watch. ~ Burt Ward
306:I try to watch as many movies as possible within a group setting instead of just in front of my laptop. It's better to watch something and chat about it with your programming peers afterward. ~ Tim League
307:People who passionately want to believe that the world is basically simple react to this with a fury that goes beyond what I consider appropriate for discussing a programming language. ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
308:As an Agile software development team, we’d been following the hallowed eXtreme Programming tenets, including YAGNI. That is, You Aren’t Gonna Need It: a caution to not write unnecessary code — ~ Anonymous
309:Functional programming (FP) is based on a simple premise with far-reaching implications: we construct our programs using only pure functions—in other words, functions that have no side effects. ~ Anonymous
310:I could hire every producer in Hollywood - 2,000 producers, let's say - and they couldn't come up with all the soap operas, in season and out of season, that NFL programming gives television. ~ Jerry Jones
311:When I'm 18, I can finally order that paid programming stuff on TV. Like it always says, 'Must be 18 or older to call,' so I'll be able to call! I can finally buy some blenders from the TV. ~ Austin Mahone
312:Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used. Anything is possible, anything can happen. On a flimsy ground of reality, imagination spins marvelous patterns. ~ August Strindberg
313:The job was to put into a, a computer with only 4K of memory an entire basic full blown, floating point Basic and that's one of the greatest programming feats I've ever had a chance to work on. ~ Bill Gates
314:If you've got a stick hitting a drum and you're programming it on a computer, it's so much more interesting than a sample playing back - it's something in the air, that's the magical ingredient. ~ Aphex Twin
315:It is practically impossible to teach good programming to students that have had a prior exposure to BASIC: as potential programmers they are mentally mutilated beyond hope of regeneration. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
316:Shifting toward management meant greater responsibility and influence, but it also meant giving up programming day-to-day in my role, which was hard because it took me out of my comfort zone. ~ Marissa Mayer
317:The conclusion is simple: if a 200-man project has 25 managers who are the most competent and experienced programmers,
fire the 175 troops and put the managers back to programming. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
318:This is not real suffering, she tells herself. this is only a matter of reprogramming her picture of the future. Of understanding that the line of descendancy is not continuous but arbitrary. ~ Anthony Doerr
319:A powerful programming language is more than just a means for instructing a computer to perform tasks. The language also serves as a framework within which we organize our ideas about processes. ~ Hal Abelson
320:Are you quite sure that all those bells and whistles, all those wonderful facilities of your so called powerful programming languages, belong to the solution set rather than the problem set? ~ Edsger Dijkstra
321:Data dominates. If you've chosen the right data structures and organized things well, the algorithms will almost always be self-evident. Data structures, not algorithms, are central to programming. ~ Rob Pike
322:Personally, I consider 'Titanic' the most brilliant example of successful counterprogramming; the film actually countered itself by embedding an epic chick flick within a classic disaster movie. ~ Diablo Cody
323:Functional programming has excellent support for writing imperative programs, with the added benefit that such programs can be reasoned about equationally because they're referentially transparent. ~ Anonymous
324:It is practically impossible to teach good programming to students that have had a prior exposure to BASIC: as potential programmers they are mentally mutilated beyond hope of regeneration. ~ Edsger W Dijkstra
325:The system is only as good as the person programming it. If you don't have the follow-through, your system is useless. And by the way, it's that way in parenting; it's that way in marriages. ~ Jamie Lee Curtis
326:Every reader should ask himself periodically “Toward what end, toward what end?”—but do not ask it too often lest you pass up the fun of programming for the constipation of bittersweet philosophy. ~ Alan Perlis
327:The words available in a programming language for expressing your programming thoughts certainly determine how you express your thoughts and might even determine what thoughts you can express. ~ Steve McConnell
328:Children's programming in America, I think it's pretty shoddy in terms of lack of diversity. It's pretty much cartoons and Disney sort of shows. I don't find any of that stimulating for children. ~ Alex Kingston
329:Years of cultural programming have taught us to love some animals while eating others, when in all reality, all animals are sentient beings with the capacity to feel, both physically and emotionally. ~ Kat Von D
330:The fact that the same symbolic programming primitives work for those as work for math kinds of things, I think, really validates the idea of symbolic programming being something pretty general. ~ Stephen Wolfram
331:Maybe the honorable thing for our species to do is deny our programming, stop reproducing, walk hand in hand into extinction, one last midnight, brothers and sisters opting out of a raw deal. ~ Matthew McConaughey
332:I don't think people realize the extent to which TV networks are hurt when they carry public broadcasting. I think the estimate is that they lose a half-million dollars for a half day's programming. ~ Roone Arledge
333:It's a dream realized to partner with Oprah and bring scripted programming to OWN. She has accomplished so much with the network, and I'm excited to work with her to be a part of its continued growth. ~ Tyler Perry
334:Most programming languages are decidedly inferior to mathematical notation and are little used as tools of thought in ways that would be considered significant by, say, an applied mathematician. ~ Kenneth E Iverson
335:The kind of programming that C provides will probably remain similar absolutely or slowly decline in usage, but relatively, JavaScript or its variants, or XML, will continue to become more central. ~ Dennis Ritchie
336:Chakra bracelets, pendants, incense, mats, rugs, clothes, wall hangings, chakra music, chakra programming and other attractive paraphernalia have absolutely no connection with the real sadhana of chakras. ~ Om Swami
337:Our knowledge and understanding of nonhuman animals is polluted far more than we acknowledge by our belief in our own superiority, our unrecognized cultural programming, and our separation from nature. ~ Will Tuttle
338:The most successful computer programmers aren't the ones who approach programming as a task they have to carry out in order to get their paychecks. They're the ones for whom programming is a joyful game. ~ Anonymous
339:The programmer at wit's end for lack of space can often do best by disentangling himself from his code, rearing back, and contemplating his data. Representation is the essence of programming. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
340:There's the underlying feeling that writing must be easy, because it's all about putting letters together. That's only true in the same way that programming is all about putting numbers together. ~ Rhianna Pratchett
341:Programming is so hard, in fact, that it is beyond the capability of one person to do it well. No matter how skilled you are, you will certainly benefit from another programmer’s thoughts and ideas. ~ Robert C Martin
342:The precision provided (or enforced) by programming languages and their execution can identify lacunas, ambiguities, and other areas of potential confusion in conventional [mathematical] notation. ~ Kenneth E Iverson
343:I have a cat, so I know that when she digs her very sharp claws into my chest or stomach it's really a sign of affection, but I don't see any reason for programming languages to show affection with pain. ~ Erik Naggum
344:Often people, especially computer engineers, focus on the machines. But in fact we need to focus on humans, on how humans care about doing programming or operating the application of the machines. ~ Yukihiro Matsumoto
345:The most important thing in the programming language is the name. A language will not succeed without a good name. I have recently invented a very good name and now I am looking for a suitable language. ~ Donald Knuth
346:When today's executives regard programming the same as manufacturing, they imagine that reducing the cost of programming is similarly simple and effective. Unfortunately, those rules don't apply anymore. ~ Alan Cooper
347:Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning. ~ Rick Cook
348:I'm programming us a couple of spinach smoothies"

"I'll pass. For the rest of my natural life."

"Just what you need," he insisted, tapped buttons manually. And came out with two cups of coffee. ~ J D Robb
349:You will become what you think about most; your success or failure in anything, large or small, will depend on your programming—what you accept from others, and what you say when you talk to yourself. ~ Shad Helmstetter
350:Even with skills that are primarily mental, such as computer programming or speaking a foreign language, it remains the case that we learn best through practice and repetition—the natural learning process. ~ Robert Greene
351:It's quite similar to guitar solos, only with programming you have to use your brain. The most important thing is that it should have some emotional effect on me, rather than just, 'Oh, that's really clever.' ~ Aphex Twin
352:I've been in entertainment, politics, business, business coaching, public affairs, documentaries, programming, news, theater. So, there aren't many things I see that I haven't seen something like that before. ~ Roger Ailes
353:One of the things I didn't like about school is that every time they told a story about a rich guy in school, he was an evil guy. Our school system is programming us to think the rich are greedy and evil. ~ Robert Kiyosaki
354:Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning. ~ Douglas Adams
355:The reason why people think of programming as being hard is because you're writing down a general rule which is going to be used for lots of instances that a particular instance must process correctly. ~ Gerald Jay Sussman
356:I finally came to realize is that a fair part of achieving happiness comes from understanding your own programming. And a fair amount of getting what you want from other people comes from understanding theirs. ~ Indigo Wren
357:I was in Washington, D.C., on the morning show, by the time I was 18, programming a station by 19, No. 1 in the mornings. I think I was making, I don't know, a quarter of a million dollars by the time I was 25. ~ Glenn Beck
358:What's more, the only available economic upside comes from making your product or service more desirable by improving its quality, and you can't do that by reducing the money you spend designing or programming ~ Alan Cooper
359:Learn from them, because I will always be there, one step ahead of you, programming more difficult and advanced patterns into the computer so that your next battle is more difficult, so that you are pushed ~ Orson Scott Card
360:Learning to code makes kids feel empowered, creative, and confident. If we want our young women to retain these traits into adulthood, a great option is to expose them to computer programming in their youth. ~ Susan Wojcicki
361:There's species-wide programming and then there's individuality. The overlap between those two opens up a space for creativity. Live in that space. I'm here too. Maybe I'll see you around sometime. ~ Ahmir Questlove Thompson
362:I don't know how to stop it, there was never any intent to write a programming language [...] I have absolutely no idea how to write a programming language, I just kept adding the next logical step on the way. ~ Rasmus Lerdorf
363:I've noticed that just about every time I find a large program with known glitches that no one seems able to fix, that program is written in C and is likely written by a programming team in a remote location. ~ Jerry Pournelle
364:How do we convince people that in programming simplicity and clarity - in short: what mathematicians call elegance - are not a dispensable luxury, but a crucial matter that decides between success and failure? ~ Edsger Dijkstra
365:It is not only the violin that shapes the violinist, we are all shaped by the tools we train ourselves to use, and in this respect programming languages have a devious influence: they shape our thinking habits. ~ Edsger W Dijkstra
366:Obviously with the onset of cable and satellite, there are more opportunities for programming and original programming, so it creates more opportunities for actors and producers and directors and everything. ~ Anthony Michael Hall
367:She just wouldn’t stop reimplementing operating system features for her programming class. The only thing keeping her alive was a feeding tube the docs had managed to force up her nose while she was in restraints. ~ Annalee Newitz
368:So what can poor parents tell their child about money? They simply say, “Stay in school and study hard.” The child may graduate with excellent grades, but with a poor person’s financial programming and mindset. ~ Robert T Kiyosaki
369:When I worked as a programmer, that meant eight straight hours of programming without interruption. That was a good day. In contrast, if I was interrupted with questions, process, or—heaven forbid—meetings, I felt bad. ~ Eric Ries
370:The competent programmer is fully aware of the strictly limited size of his own skull; therefore he approaches the programming task in full humility, and among other things he avoids clever tricks like the plague. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
371:When I was 9, I went to a birthday party. We were supposed to see a cowboy movie, but the programming got screwed up and we saw 'The Bad Seed' instead. Horrifying. For years I was frightened of girls with pigtails. ~ Robert Englund
372:An interactive debugger is an outstanding example of what is not needed - it encourages trial-and-error hacking rather than systematic design, and also hides marginal people barely qualified for precision programming. ~ Harlan Mills
373:Even with skills that are primarily mental, such as computer programming or speaking a foreign language, it remains the case that we learn best through practice and repetition-the natural learning process.
   ~ Robert Greene, Mastery,
374:Object-oriented programming as it emerged in Simula 67 allows software structure to be based on real-world structures, and gives programmers a powerful way to simplify the design and construction of complex programs. ~ David Gelernter
375:The flip side of the coin was that even good programmers and language designers tended to do terrible extensions when they were in the heat of programming, because design is something that is best done slowly and carefully. ~ Alan Kay
376:We still have a tradition certainly in English television; it's faded a bit in the last five years, but we still have a tradition where the important thing is the quality and the challenging nature of the programming. ~ Rowan Atkinson
377:When it comes to storytelling, not taking risks is riskier than swinging for the fences. I have very simple ambitions when it comes to taking risks in storytelling and programming. I try very hard to avoid the expected. ~ David Nevins
378:One of the things I've been trying to do is look for simpler or rules underpinning good or bad design. I think one of the most valuable rules is avoid duplication. "Once and only once" is the Extreme Programming phrase. ~ Martin Fowler
379:The situation is so much better for programmers today - a cheap used PC, a linux CD, and an internet account, and you have all the tools necessary to work your way to any level of programming skill you want to shoot for. ~ John Carmack
380:Your head or intellect is addicted to the satisfaction of your physical senses—the place that holds all of the programming and conditioning of your childhood and adult experiences and is the throne of the negative ego. ~ Iyanla Vanzant
381:In times such as ours, however, when there is too much order, too much management, too much programming and control, it becomes the duty of superior men and women to fling their favorite monkey wrenches into the machinery. ~ Tom Robbins
382:I really wanted to believe that there were these magic celestial bodies that would direct my life, tell me what to do, and it turns out it's not stars, it's some bits of screwy DNA. I'm just meat with faulty programming. ~ Lauren Beukes
383:If God eliminated evil by programming us to perform only good acts, we would lose this distinguishing mark - the ability to make choices. We would no longer be free moral agents. We would be reduced to the status of robots. ~ Billy Graham
384:Patients are patients because they are out of rapport with their own unconscious... Patients are people who have had too much programming - so much outside programming that they have lost touch with their inner selves. ~ Milton H Erickson
385:Programming today is the opposite of diamond mining. In diamond mining you dig up a lot of dirt to find a small bit of value. With programming you start with the value, the real intention, and bury it in a bunch of dirt. ~ Charles Simonyi
386:Some automatic responses are good — they're skills, and we need them for life and labor. But the tendency to accumulate programming tends to have a life of its own — or more accurately, to steal the life that belongs to us. ~ John Shirley
387:This is what it is to learn programming. You get to know your useful tools, then you look around, and there are some handy new tools nearby and those tools show you the bottomless horror that was always right next to your bed. ~ Anonymous
388:The most powerful programming language is Lisp. If you don't know Lisp (or its variant, Scheme), you don't appreciate what a powerful language is. Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages. ~ Richard Stallman
389:If we can dispel the delusion that learning about computers should be an activity of fiddling with array indexes and worrying whether X is an integer or a real number, we can begin to focus on programming as a source of ideas. ~ Hal Abelson
390:Maybe today we aren't being told that our brains are not capable of such things [like programming], but we [as a women] are being told that we are not good enough or smart enough or that our successes do not belong to us. ~ Anita Sarkeesian
391:The most powerful programming language is Lisp. If you don't know Lisp (or its variant, Scheme), you don't appreciate what a powerful language is. Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages. ~ Richard Stallman,
392:What I was proud of was that I used very few parts to build a computer that could actually speak words on a screen and type words on a keyboard and run a programming language that could play games. And I did all this myself. ~ Steve Wozniak
393:By policy, LISP has never really catered to mere mortals. And, of course, mere mortals have never really forgiven LISP for not catering to them. ~ Larry Wall, "Programming is Hard, Let's Go Scripting...", O'Reilly:, 6 December 2007.
394:Money is a mind, the oldest artificial intelligence. Its prime directives are simple, its programming endlessly creative. Humans obey it unthinkingly, with cheerful alacrity. Like a virus, it doesn't care if it kills its host. ~ Sam J Miller
395:When you think that someone else thinks you are wrong or guilty because of the color of your skin, your responses to or interactions with them are not grounded in reality. They are the result of programming and conditioning. ~ Iyanla Vanzant
396:Just as someone who's been interested in radio and programming for so long, I can usually tell when an interviewer is doing a segment just to fill a programming slot. They ask questions, but they don't care about the answers. ~ Chris Hardwick
397:We already have a professor who's using an online social network of MIT alums to help educate students in programming. Just imagine expanding that in Facebook-fashion to tens or hundreds of millions of people around the world. ~ Anant Agarwal
398:My favorite programming languages are Lisp and C. However, since around 1992 I have worked mainly on free software activism, which means I am too busy to do much programming. Around 2008 I stopped doing programming projects. ~ Richard Stallman
399:New elements, she thought, pleased with the challenge. Roarke had been fiddling, adding some elements and upgrades. When she engaged in hand-to-hand with the second thief, she knew he’d fiddled with the programming with her in mind. ~ J D Robb
400:It appears that DDNOS is the intentional goal of these abusers, but DID sometimes results from a failure of programming.
In DDNOS, the ANP is always present, even when another part is in control of the behavior and feelings. ~ Alison Miller
401:On the back end, software programming tools and Internet-based services make it easy to launch new global software-powered start-ups in many industries - without the need to invest in new infrastructure and train new employees. ~ Marc Andreessen
402:Studying neuro-linguistic programming is what teaches you how to implant and extract thoughts. Mixing psychology, hypnotism and magic somewhat goes into this area called mentalism, which is what I mostly do. It’s magic of the mind. ~ Keith Barry
403:You will notice that Prolog has some similarities to a functional programming language such as Hugs.A functional program consists of a sequence of function definitions — a logic program consists of a sequence of relation definitions. ~ Anonymous
404:If it weren’t for the negative programming that made us believe otherwise, why should we go through any cost of pain and suffering to achieve anything in our life? Isn’t that a rather sadistic view of the world and the universe? ~ David R Hawkins
405:Television viewers, they've been around a long time. They've been watching this thing now for 50 years. I mean, they know exactly what's happening when it comes to television programming. You can't put anything over on them anymore. ~ Maury Povich
406:We are trapped in a net of our our own self-doubt, on the programming force fed to us by parents, schools, society. In a certain light, on certain days, you can see that net. And once you can see it, you can learn to make it go away. ~ Chloe Thurlow
407:When we had no computers, we had no programming problem either. When we had a few computers, we had a mild programming problem. Confronted with machines a million times as powerful, we are faced with a gigantic programming problem. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
408:Entire sections of them simply cannot be translated - the characters are legible and well-known, but when put together they do not say anything that leaves an imprint on the modern mind."
"Like instructions for programming a VCR. ~ Neal Stephenson
409:In my daily work, I work on very large, complex, distributed systems built out of many Python modules and packages. The focus is very similar to what you find, for example, in Java and, in general, in systems programming languages. ~ Guido van Rossum
410:Reprogramming the unconscious beliefs that block fuller awareness of creative/intuitive capabilities depends upon a key characteristic of the mind, namely that it responds to what is vividly imagined as though it were real experience. ~ Willis Harman
411:The properties of executability and universality associated with programming languages can be combined, in a single language, with the well-known properties of mathematical notation which make it such an effective tool of thought. ~ Kenneth E Iverson
412:Another trick in software is to avoid rewriting the software by using a piece that's already been written, so called component approach which the latest term for this in the most advanced form is what's called Object Oriented Programming. ~ Bill Gates
413:MSNBC got some very good people. They've got a good-looking set. All They're first-class. Somewhere along the way, they kind of lost their identity as a news channel, and they started doing a lot of other sort of magazine-type programming. ~ Brit Hume
414:The 111-Minute Executives Guide to SEO course fills a need. Looking at what's available online today, we realized there's not a good SEO training course geared for executives who don't have time or desire to learn the programming side of it. ~ Bruce Clay
415:I believe that large programming projects suffer management problems different in kind from small ones, due to division of labor. I believe the critical need to be the preservation of the conceptual integrity of the product itself. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
416:Programming is a Dark Art, and it always will be. The programmer is fighting against the two most destructive forces in the universe: entropy and human stupidity. These are not things you can overcome with a "methodology" or on a schedule. ~ Damian Conway
417:The British regulatory system was revised, so that bigger profits were encouraged, which removed the option of big spending on programming. Quality just fell off a cliff, and all the old hands either left or were fired for being too expensive. ~ Lee Child
418:And so from a statistical mechanical model, Belady and Lehman arrive for programming-systems at a more general conclusion supported by the experience of all the earth. "Things are always at their best in the beginning," said Pascal. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
419:NBC was trying to convert all of their local programming to color right away to encourage the sale of the sets, so I barely remember working in black and white, although I do know that I did do it, but there was not a major difference, though. ~ Jim Henson
420:For his major contributions to the analysis of algorithms and the design of programming languages, and in particular for his contributions to the "art of computer programming" through his well-known books in a continuous series by this title. ~ Donald Knuth
421:I think that great programming is not all that dissimilar to great art. Once you start thinking in concepts of programming it makes you a better does learning a foreign language, as does learning math, as does learning how to read. ~ Jack Dorsey
422:I have no idea how to become successful in children's tv programming today other than to say that whereever you find that rare animal being pursued, insert yourself into its environment; get in the door in any position and work from within. ~ William Jackson
423:Our service programming teams view themselves as partners in evangelism with our members and regular attendees. Does that mean we tailor the content to non-Christians? Nope. We tailor the experience to non-Christians. There’s a big difference. ~ Andy Stanley
424:The people's degenerate taste--sick and twisted to be sure--is a product of their disaffection from art, top-down programming, and the power of commercial psyop mind control. They can be guided out of the toilet just as they were guided in. ~ Ian F Svenonius
425:However, there is one software topic that is rare, and chances are you may not happen upon it or become exposed to it. And that is a pity, because for the hardware developer, this topic can be very important. It is the programming language, Forth. ~ Anonymous
426:Creativity runs across many categories in life, from the arts-and-crafts project a mum or dad does with their kids, to the bestselling author's manuscript, to the designs of the hairdresser, to the creations of the computer programming genius. ~ Tabatha Coffey
427:If Lisp is a 'programmable programming language,' then Scheme is an assemble-it-at-home kit for making yourself a programmable programming language. JavaScript does not have this quality AT ALL.
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428:Television has certain imperatives that CNN had the luxury of ignoring for a long period of time. CNN could take the position that the news would be the star, because in most of the programming day, they were the only all-news operation on the air. ~ Brit Hume
429:The brain is not a blind, reactive machine, but a complex, sensitive biocomputer that we can program. And if we don't take the responsibility for programming it, then it will be programmed unwittingly by accident or by the social environnement. ~ Timothy Leary
430:I believe that the purpose of life is, at least in part, to be happy. Based on this belief, Ruby is designed to make programming not only easy but also fun. It allows you to concentrate on the creative side of programming, with less stress. ~ Yukihiro Matsumoto
431:And so from a statistical mechanical model, Belady and Lehman arrive for programming-systems at a more general conclusion supported by the experience of all the earth. "Things are always at their best in the beginning," said Pascal. C. S. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
432:I have a well-deserved reputation for being something of a gadget freak, and am rarely happier than when spending an entire day programming my computer to perform automatically a task that would otherwise take me a good ten seconds to do by hand. ~ Douglas Adams
433:The principal lesson of Emacs is that a language for extensions should not be a mere "extension language". It should be a real programming language, designed for writing and maintaining substantial programs. Because people will want to do that! ~ Richard Stallman
434:When I do programming in my free time and for my own enjoyment, I really want to have a kind of protection: knowing that when I improve a program those improvements will continue to be available to me and others in future versions of the program. ~ Linus Torvalds
435:When I write a song, I always start on acoustic guitar, because that's a good test of a song, when it's really open and bare. You can often mislead yourself if you start with computers and samples and programming because you can disguise a bad song. ~ Martin Gore
436:The most powerful programming language is Lisp. If you don't know Lisp (or its variant, Scheme), you don't appreciate what a powerful language is. Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages. ~ Richard Stallman, [How I do my computing]
437:To devise an information processing system capable of getting along on its own - it must handle its own problems of programming, bookkeeping, communication and coordination with its users. It must appear to its users as a single, integrated personality. ~ Cliff Shaw
438:In recent years we've seen an explosion of creative programming, and I think it represents a third golden age of television because the creators have more control over the story. The audience doesn't care about the platform. They care about the content. ~ Kevin Spacey
439:On prime time entertainment television, scientists are most at risk. Ten percent of scientists featured in prime-time entertainment programming get killed, and five percent kill someone. No other occupational group is more likely to kill or be killed. ~ George Gerbner
440:117: It goes against the grain of modern education to teach children to program. What fun is there to making plans, acquiring discipline in organizing thoughts, devoting attention to detail and, learning to be self-critical? ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
441:South Central Los Angeles, for example, is a data and media black hole, without local cable programming or links to major data systems. Just as it became a housing-and-jobs ghetto in the postwar period, it is now evolving into an off-net electronic ghetto. ~ Mike Davis
442:The ALGOL compiler was probably one of the nicest pieces of code to come out at that time. I spent hours trying to fix and change the compiler. Working with it so closely affected the way I think about programming and had a profound influence on my style. ~ Gary Kildall
443:The nice thing about programming at the RDF level is that you can just say, I'll ask for all the books. You can ask for all the shelves. You can ask for a given shelf whether a book was on it. And you're not worrying so much about the underlying syntax. ~ Tim Berners Lee
444:The problem with a completely new programming paradigm isn’t learning a new lan‐
guage. After all, everyone reading this has learned numerous computer languages—
language syntax is merely details. The tricky part is learning to think in a different way. ~ Neal Ford
445:I've got to quit trying to play the Holy Spirit's role by forcing, manipulating, talking, and programming people into the change I want to see. Instead I've got to spend more time praying that the Holy Spirit would come into their lives and regenerate them. ~ Francis Chan
446:Amazon has included me in an opportunity to provide top-shelf television-style programming live on the world's computer screens. To hold forth with the industry's very best actors, directors, musicians, authors - I'm thrilled to be on the cutting edge of this. ~ Bill Maher
447:Honestly, folks, it's always reprogramming men. It's always men who seem to provide or be at the root of all of these cultural problems. And if we could just make men less like men and more like, I guess, women, then we would be rid of all of these problems. ~ Rush Limbaugh
448:It feels like it is a daily work and an ongoing task to undo all of the f - - g programming that I have had all my life about who I am supposed to be and how I'm supposed to look and that I'm supposed to win. It's a daily deconstruction of all that bullshit. ~ Amanda Palmer
450:As a kid, I was always into art at the same time as computers, and eventually I realised I was making more interesting stuff with my keyboard than with my hands. I really enjoyed modifying computer games more than playing them, so that got me into programming. ~ Aaron Koblin
451:Testing may convincingly demonstrate the presence of bugs, but can never demonstrate their absence."- Edsger W. Dijkstra, Computing Pioneer (1930–2002), "Programming as a discipline of mathematical nature," Am. Math. Monthly, 81 (1974), No. 6, pp. 608–12. ~ Gerald M Weinberg
452:My first app was released in July or August of 2008. It was a 'fingermill' - a treadmill for your fingers. My level of programming was quite basic to begin with, so it was more gimmicky to start with. Day one it was up there, I had 79 pounds worth of revenue. ~ Nick D Aloisio
453:When people look at the ratings and they're bad, I think people can get an idea of "Why would they even make the show?" And to a certain extent, original programming for any network is a loss leader to try to get you to keep the channel on your cable package. ~ Scott Aukerman
454:Have you ever had a weird and strong feeling that programming is a godlike kind of work? Just as the Lord created our world and the entire Universe based on molecular techniques such as DNA coding, software developers create a digital world based on IT coding. ~ Sahara Sanders
455:Men and months are interchangeable commodities only when a task can be partitioned among many workers with no communication among them (Fig. 2.1). This is true of reaping wheat or picking cotton; it is not even approximately true of systems programming. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
456:Ninety percent of games lose money; 10 percent make a lot of money. And there's a consistency around the competitive advantages you create, so if you can actually learn how to do the art, the design, and the programming, you would be consistently very profitable. ~ Gabe Newell
457:Every reader should ask himself periodically 'Toward what end, toward what end?' -- but do not ask it too often lest you pass up the fun of programming for the constipation of bittersweet philosophy.
   ~ Harold Abelson, Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, #index,
458:The tiny rootlet has only one chance to guess what the future years, decades—even centuries—will bring to the patch of soil where it sits. It assesses the light and humidity of the moment, refers to its programming, and quite literally takes the plunge. Everything ~ Hope Jahren
459:In spite of its lack of popularity, LISP ... remains an influential language in "key algorithmic techniques such as recursion and condescension" ~ James Iry, A Brief, Incomplete, and Mostly Wrong History of Programming Languages, blog entry, May 7 2009, retrieved October 3, 2017
460:Lady licking Prim's cheek. My father's laugh. Peeta's father with the cookies. The color of Finnick's eyes. What Cinna could do with a length of silk. Boggs reprogramming the Holo. Rue poised on her toes, arms slightly extended,like a bird about to take flight. ~ Suzanne Collins
461:Much of my work has come from being lazy. I didn't like writing programs, and so, when I was working on the IBM 701 (an early computer), writing programs for computing missile trajectories, I started work on a programming system to make it easier to write programs. ~ John Backus
462:My father taught me Basic and rudimentary C, I learned everything else on my own, including studying computational complexity on my own. That's more a function of my age than anything else though - back when I was in school there were hardly any programming classes. ~ Bram Cohen
463:... programming requires more concentration than other activities. It's the reason programmers get upset about 'quick interruptions' - such interruptions are tantamount to asking a juggler to keep three balls in the air and hold your groceries at the same time. ~ Steve McConnell
464:The first step toward maintaining autonomy in any programmed environment is to be aware that there's programming going on. It's as simple as understanding the commercials are there to help sell things. And that TV shows are there to sell commercials, and so on. ~ Douglas Rushkoff
465:With the computer and programming languages, mathematics has newly-acquired tools, and its notation should be reviewed in the light of them. The computer may, in effect, be used as a patient, precise, and knowledgeable "native speaker" of mathematical notation. ~ Kenneth E Iverson
466:For what is programming but magic? Wielding secret words to command powerful forces you just barely understand, calling forth the spirits of bygone spell casters to ease your burdens, simplify your workflows, and grant you the ability to surprise and delight the masses. ~ Anonymous
467:Now, it's my belief that Python is a lot easier than to teach to students programming and teach them C or C++ or Java at the same time because all the details of the languages are so much harder. Other scripting languages really don't work very well there either. ~ Guido van Rossum
468:Computer scientists have so far worked on developing powerful programming languages that make it possible to solve the technical problems of computation. Little effort has gone toward devising the languages of interaction. ~ Donald Norman, The Design of Everyday Things (1988), Ch. 6
469:I think we're going to transition with our comedy programming, trying to broaden the audience and broaden what the network does. Those Thursday comedies, which the critics love and we love, tend to be a bit more narrow than we'd ultimately like, as we go forward. ~ Robert Greenblatt
470:At one time, due to the reluctance of cult groups to allow members to dialogue with their families and professionals about their involvement (or even to allow families access to a loved one) -"involuntary deprogramming" became the choice of some families as a last resort. ~ Rick Ross
471:The National Institute of Standards and Technology found that each year bad programming costs the U.S. economy more than $60 billion in revenue. In other words, what we Americans lose each year to faulty code is greater than the gross national product of most countries. ~ James Barrat
472:C++ is in that inconvenient spot where it doesn't help make things simple enough to be truly usable for prototyping or simple GUI programming, and yet isn't the lean system programming language that C is that actively encourages you to use simple and direct constructs. ~ Linus Torvalds
473:Is that the only way?" Tom asked her. "Vik and I tried net-sending with a thought interface during Programming once, but I couldn't concentrate on just one thing at a time."

Vik nodded. "His programming questions were always like, 'Vik, how do steak boobs function? ~ S J Kincaid
474:For certain fortunate people there is something which transcends all classifications of behaviour, and that is awareness; something which rises above the programming of the past, and that is spontaneity; and something that is more rewarding than games, and that is intimacy. ~ Eric Berne
475:I started working at Bravo in 2005, when I was offered a job by Lauren Zalaznick, the network's chairman. She encouraged me to start a blog. I wrote behind-the-scenes gossip about 'Battle of the Network Reality Stars,' the first show I took on as head of current programming. ~ Andy Cohen
476:I think that you try to raise the bar on whatever you do because you know, in this day of having to deal with a lot of reality TV, people say that scripted programming is dying, so you have to try to create something that can live in people's minds, long after they see it. ~ Kevin Costner
477:Embryos turn into babies; buds turn into blossoms; acorns turn into oak trees. The same programming that exists in them exists in each of us - to manifest our highest potential. What is the difference between those things and us? That we can say no...So today, say yes. ~ Marianne Williamson
478:My work was fairly theoretical. It was in recursive function theory. And in particular, hierarchies of functions in terms of computational complexity. I got involved in real computers and programming mainly by being - well, I was interested even as I came to graduate school. ~ Dennis Ritchie
479:We are born into a world in which sexual possibilities are narrowly circumscribed. . . . We are programmed by the culture as surely as rats are programmed to make the arduous way through the scientist's maze, and that programming operates on every level of choice and action. ~ Andrea Dworkin
480:Below the surface of the machine, the program moves. Without effort, it expands and contracts. In great harmony, electrons scatter and regroup. The forms on the monitor are but ripples on the water. The essence stays invisibly below. —Master Yuan-Ma, The Book of Programming ~ Marijn Haverbeke
481:The intractability of the software-construction process—particularly the high cost of programming and the low quality of interaction—is simply not a technical problem. It is the result of business practices imposed on a discipline—software programming—for which they are obsolete. ~ Alan Cooper
482:Cress’s adrenaline was pumping like jet fuel through her veins as she scanned the room. She was surrounded by invisi-screens and holographs and programming, and the familiarity of it all made the knot in her stomach loosen. Instinct and habit. She formed a checklist in her mind. ~ Marissa Meyer
483:I'm seeing too many kids where they get fixated on their own autism. I'd rather have them get fixated that they like programming computers or they like art or they want to sing in the church choir or they want to train dogs, you know, something that they can turn into a career. ~ Temple Grandin
484:Throughout my career, I've realized that there are a lot of great opportunities out there to be associated with programming. It may have started elsewhere, as Crimson Petal did in the UK. So, our main strategy for Encore is to go through those types of partnership acquisitions. ~ Chris Albrecht
485:Well there's a lot of machines making music today too so you should expect perfection from them! Other than that it's humans programming it which is actually why i still like it. But yeah, that sounds about right. Now what I've got to do is I've got to stop expecting it of myself. ~ Eddie Vedder
486:Through "deprogramming" or cult intervention the only issues that are addressed focus upon the specific group and group involvement. The subject of such an intervention subsequently may leave the group and go on with their life reassuming their own basic individual values and beliefs. ~ Rick Ross
487:I think that the marketplace has changed in many dramatic ways but actually in some sense it's remained the same because the challenge of creating quality programming is the same, and I've always thought that if you follow the great material everything else will fall in to place. ~ Colin Callender
488:Giving the kids a programming environment of any sort, whether it's a tool like Squeak or Scratch or Logo to write programs in a childish way - and I mean that in the most generous sense of the word, that is, playing with and building things - is one of the best ways to learn. ~ Nicholas Negroponte
489:Programming is the act of installing internal, pre-established reactions to external stimuli so that a person will automatically react in a predetermined manner to things like an auditory, visual or tactile signal or perform a specific set of actions according to a date and/or time. ~ Alison Miller
490:I’ve always had very strong feeling that computer programming is a godlike kind of job.
Similar to the Lord creating our material world and whole the Universe, based on molecular techniques such as DNA coding ― developers create the digital world based on IT technologies coding. ~ Sahara Sanders
491:Linear programming can be viewed as part of a great revolutionary development which has given mankind the ability to state general goals and to lay out a path of detailed decisions to take in order to "best" achieve its goals when faced with practical situations of great complexity. ~ George Dantzig
492:Programming, it turns out, is hard. The fundamental rules are typically simple and clear. But programs built on top of these rules tend to become complex enough to introduce their own rules and complexity. You’re building your own maze, in a way, and you might just get lost in it. ~ Marijn Haverbeke
493:Greenspun's tenth rule of programming is an aphorism in computer programming and especially programming language circles that states: Any sufficiently complicated C or Fortran program contains an ad-hoc, informally-specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of Common Lisp. ~ Philip Greenspun,
494:I was not in a good space in my life, emotionally particularly, so I needed to do something to recharge my batteries emotionally and musically. I took a break and I learnt software and programming a little bit, and that's how I designed my live machine, which I've been using for years. ~ Jamie Lidell
495:Janine took a large bite of waffle. “The usual,” she replied. “School.” “You are enjoying your computer studies?” “Oh, immensely,” said Janine. “Programming is so logical. And once you master the basics, it can be … um …” “Boring?” I suggested. “Thrilling.” Janine gave me a dirty look. ~ Ann M Martin
496:nobody seemed to think programming is a solved problem: most are still looking for a better way to write software, whether by finding ways to automatically analyze code, coming up with better ways for programmers to work together, or finding (or designing) better programming languages. ~ Peter Seibel
497:Computer programming is an art, because it applies accumulated knowledge to the world, because it requires skill and ingenuity, and especially because it produces objects of beauty. A programmer who subconsciously views himself as an artist will enjoy what he does and will do it better. ~ Donald Knuth
498:Programming, it turns out, is hard. The fundamental rules are typically simple and cleaR But programs built on top of these rules tend to become complex enough to introduce their own rules and complexity. You're building your own maze, in a way, and you might just get lost in it.
   ~ Marijn Haverbeke,
499:Affirmation and visualization are forms of programming, and we must be certain that we do not submit ourselves to any programming that is not in harmony with our basic center or that comes from sources centered on money-making, self interest, or anything other than correct principles. ~ Stephen R Covey
500:The pop-star thing bores me because it's somebody programming someone else. Stand over here, sing that, no, sing it like this, talk like that, when they ask you this, don't say that, say this, hold that, drive this, stay here, live there - you're not even a human being. You're a puppet. ~ Randy Jackson


   1 Psychology

   2 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  such activity culminates in revolution: in modification of the entire story guiding affective evaluation and
  behavioral programming. Such revolutionary modification means update of modeled reality, past, present
  and future, through incorporation of information generated during exploratory behavior. Successful

2.01 - Habit 1 Be Proactive, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  Even the most intelligent animals have none of these endowments. To use a computer metaphor, they are programmed by instinct and/or training. They can be trained to be responsible, but they can't take responsibility for that training; in other words, they can't direct it. They can't change the programming. They're not even aware of it.

2.02 - Habit 2 Begin with the End in Mind, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  There is an entire body of literature and audio and video tapes that deals with this process of visualization and affirmation. Some of the more recent developments in this field include such things as subliminal programming, neurolinguistic programming, and new forms of relaxation and self-talk processes. These all involve explanation, elaboration, and different packaging of the fundamental principles of the first creation.
  Affirmation and visualization are forms of programming, and we must be certain that we do not submit ourselves to any programming that is not in harmony with our basic center or that comes from sources centered on money-making, self interest, or anything other than correct principles.


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Wikipedia - Continuous Plankton Recorder -- Marine biology monitoring programming
Wikipedia - Control variable (programming) -- Regulates the flow of control of a program
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Wikipedia - Cookie Jar Kids Network -- Former American children's programming block
Wikipedia - Cookie Jar TV -- Former American children's programming block
Wikipedia - Copy-and-paste programming -- Pejorative term for highly repetitive programming
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Wikipedia - Core Python Programming -- Textbook
Wikipedia - Core War -- 1984 programming game
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Wikipedia - Counterprogramming (television) -- Television programming marketing strategy
Wikipedia - Coupling (computer programming) -- Degree of interdependence between software modules
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Wikipedia - C (Programming Language)
Wikipedia - C programming language
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Wikipedia - CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks -- American radio programming distributor
Wikipedia - Crossover (genetic algorithm) -- Operator used to vary the programming of chromosomes from one generation to the next
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Wikipedia - C Sharp (programming language) -- Multi-paradigm (object-oriented) programming language
Wikipedia - C Sharp syntax -- Syntax of the C# programming language
Wikipedia - Csound -- Programming language
Wikipedia - C standard library -- Standard library for the C programming language
Wikipedia - C string handling -- Handling of strings in the C programming language
Wikipedia - Cuneiform (programming language)
Wikipedia - Curl (programming language)
Wikipedia - Curly bracket programming language
Wikipedia - Curly-bracket programming language
Wikipedia - Curry (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Cyclone (programming language)
Wikipedia - Cyclone programming language
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Wikipedia - D4 (programming language)
Wikipedia - Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition -- algorithm for solving linear programming problems with special structure
Wikipedia - Dartmouth BASIC -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Dart (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Darwin (programming game)
Wikipedia - Data control language -- Syntax similar to a computer programming language used to control access to data stored in a database
Wikipedia - Data-driven programming
Wikipedia - Dataflow programming
Wikipedia - Debian build toolchain -- Set of programming tools for deploy packages for Debian repositories
Wikipedia - Declaration (computer programming)
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Wikipedia - Defensive programming
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Wikipedia - Deprogramming
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Wikipedia - Digital encoding of APL symbols -- Code pages used specifically to write programs in the APL programming language
Wikipedia - Digital television transition in the United States -- Switchover from analog to exclusively digital broadcasting of terrestrial television television programming
Wikipedia - Directive (programming) -- Language construct that specifies how a compiler should process its input
Wikipedia - Director of network programming -- Position in television
Wikipedia - Disney Channel Saturday morning block -- Programming block
Wikipedia - Dld (software) -- Library package for the C programming language
Wikipedia - Dolittle (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Domain-specific programming language
Wikipedia - DOPE (Dartmouth Oversimplified Programming Experiment)
Wikipedia - D (programming language)
Wikipedia - D programming language
Wikipedia - Draft:ActiveJ -- Full-stack Java programming platform
Wikipedia - Draft:Alda (Programming Language) -- Music programming language for musicians
Wikipedia - Draft:List of Star (Disney+) original programming
Wikipedia - Draft:QCObjects -- programming language
Wikipedia - Draft:SmartCore -- Machine learning library for the Rust programming language
Wikipedia - Draft talk:List of Star (Disney+) original programming
Wikipedia - Draft:Vidgo -- American over-the-top internet television service that offers live linear programming.
Wikipedia - Draft:W65271 -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Dr. Dobb's Excellence in Programming Award
Wikipedia - Dr. Dobb's Excellence in Programming award
Wikipedia - Dryad (programming)
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Wikipedia - Dylan (programming language)
Wikipedia - Dynamic programming language
Wikipedia - Dynamic programming
Wikipedia - Eagle Rock Entertainment -- London-based producer and distributor of music films and programming for cinema, television, DVD, Blu-ray, and downloadable media
Wikipedia - Ease programming language
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Wikipedia - ECL programming language
Wikipedia - EC (programming language)
Wikipedia - Edison (programming language)
Wikipedia - Educational programming language
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Wikipedia - Eiffel programming language
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Wikipedia - ELI (programming language)
Wikipedia - Elixir (programming language) -- Programming language running on the Erlang virtual machine
Wikipedia - ELLA (programming language)
Wikipedia - Ellipsis (programming operator)
Wikipedia - Elm (programming language)
Wikipedia - Elvis operator -- Binary operator in computer programming
Wikipedia - Embedded programming
Wikipedia - Emerald (programming language)
Wikipedia - EMX (programming environment)
Wikipedia - Encapsulation (computer programming)
Wikipedia - Encapsulation (object-oriented programming)
Wikipedia - Epigram (programming language) -- Functional programming language
Wikipedia - Epigrams on Programming
Wikipedia - E (programming language)
Wikipedia - E programming language
Wikipedia - EPSILON (programming language)
Wikipedia - Erlang (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Escape (Programming)
Wikipedia - Escher (programming language)
Wikipedia - Esoteric programming language -- Programming language designed to test boundaries or as software art
Wikipedia - ESPN on ABC -- Branding for sports programming on ABC
Wikipedia - Essentials of Programming Languages
Wikipedia - Etoys (programming language)
Wikipedia - Euclid (programming language)
Wikipedia - Euclid programming language
Wikipedia - Euler (programming language)
Wikipedia - Euler programming language
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Wikipedia - EusLisp Robot Programming Language
Wikipedia - Event-driven programming -- Computer programming paradigm
Wikipedia - Evolutionary programming
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Wikipedia - Expression-oriented programming languages
Wikipedia - Expression (programming)
Wikipedia - Extensible programming
Wikipedia - Extension programming language
Wikipedia - Extreme programming practices
Wikipedia - Extreme Programming
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Wikipedia - Ezhil (programming language)
Wikipedia - Factor (programming language)
Wikipedia - Factor programming language
Wikipedia - Factual television -- Genre of non-fiction television programming
Wikipedia - Fantom (programming language)
Wikipedia - FARGO (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Fifth-generation programming language
Wikipedia - First-generation programming language
Wikipedia - Fjlnir (programming language)
Wikipedia - Flashrom -- Universal flash programming utility
Wikipedia - Flavors (programming language)
Wikipedia - Flix (programming language)
Wikipedia - Flow-based programming
Wikipedia - Flow chart language -- programming language
Wikipedia - FLOW (programming language) -- Education programming language from 1970
Wikipedia - FL (programming language)
Wikipedia - FOCAL (programming language) -- Programming language used on DEC PDP-series machines
Wikipedia - Foreign function interface -- Interface to call functions from other programming languages
Wikipedia - FORMAC (programming language)
Wikipedia - FORMAC programming language
Wikipedia - Formal semantics of programming languages
Wikipedia - Forsythe (programming language)
Wikipedia - Forth (programming language)
Wikipedia - Fortran (programming language)
Wikipedia - Fortran -- General-purpose programming language
Wikipedia - Fortress (programming language)
Wikipedia - Fortress programming language
Wikipedia - Fourth-generation programming language -- Group of computer programming languages
Wikipedia - Fox Kids -- Fox Broadcasting Company's American children's programming division
Wikipedia - Foxnet -- American cable television channel carrying Fox network programming
Wikipedia - FoxPro -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Fox Sports (United States) -- Sports programming division of the Fox Broadcasting Company
Wikipedia - FP (programming language)
Wikipedia - F (programming language)
Wikipedia - F* (programming language)
Wikipedia - FRACTRAN -- Turing-complete esoteric programming language invented by John Conway
Wikipedia - Fred Rogers Productions -- American non-profit organization specializing in children's programming
Wikipedia - Frink (programming language)
Wikipedia - F-Script (programming language)
Wikipedia - F Sharp (programming language) -- Microsoft programming language
Wikipedia - Functional logic programming
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Wikipedia - Functional programming languages
Wikipedia - Functional programming language
Wikipedia - Functional programming -- Programming paradigm
Wikipedia - Functional reactive programming
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Wikipedia - Function (programming)
Wikipedia - Functor (functional programming)
Wikipedia - Fundamental Concepts in Programming Languages
Wikipedia - Fundamental theorem of linear programming -- Extremes of a linear function over a convex polygonal region occur at the region's corners
Wikipedia - Futhark (programming language)
Wikipedia - Game programming
Wikipedia - G-code -- Programming languages
Wikipedia - Gdel (programming language)
Wikipedia - GenderFail -- Queer publishing and programming initiative
Wikipedia - Gene expression programming
Wikipedia - General-purpose programming language
Wikipedia - Generational list of programming languages
Wikipedia - Generative programming
Wikipedia - Generator (computer programming)
Wikipedia - Generic programming -- Way of designing and writing programs where algorithms are written in terms of parametric types enabling easy reuse
Wikipedia - Genetic Programming
Wikipedia - Genetic programming
Wikipedia - GeneXus -- Computer programming tool
Wikipedia - Genie (programming language)
Wikipedia - Glob (programming)
Wikipedia - GNAT Programming Studio
Wikipedia - GNU Linear Programming Kit
Wikipedia - GOAL agent programming language
Wikipedia - Goal programming -- Branch of multiobjective optimization
Wikipedia - Gofer (programming language)
Wikipedia - GOLOG -- High-level logic programming language
Wikipedia - Google Fonts -- An interactive directory of free hosted application programming interfaces for web fonts
Wikipedia - Go Programming Language
Wikipedia - Go programming language
Wikipedia - Go (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Gosu (programming language)
Wikipedia - Gotcha (programming) -- Code that is valid but counter-intuitive
Wikipedia - Goto-less programming
Wikipedia - GPSS -- General-purpose programming language
Wikipedia - Grammatical Framework -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Graphics Layout Engine -- Graphics programming language
Wikipedia - Grasshopper 3D -- Programming language
Wikipedia - GRASS (programming language)
Wikipedia - Gremlin (programming language)
Wikipedia - Gridwars -- Programming Contest
Wikipedia - Groovy (programming language)
Wikipedia - Guile (programming language)
Wikipedia - Hack (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Halftime Heat -- Professional wrestling Super Bowl counterprogramming that is produced by WWE
Wikipedia - Halide (programming language)
Wikipedia - Halite AI Programming Competition -- contest developed by Two Sigma and Cornell Tech
Wikipedia - Harbour (programming language) -- Computer programming language
Wikipedia - Haskell programming language
Wikipedia - Haskell (programming language) -- Functional programming language
Wikipedia - Haxe (programming language)
Wikipedia - HBO Now -- American OTT streaming service featuring HBO programming
Wikipedia - Heap (programming)
Wikipedia - Hermes (programming language)
Wikipedia - Hierarchy (object-oriented programming)
Wikipedia - Higher order programming
Wikipedia - Higher-order programming
Wikipedia - High-level programming languages
Wikipedia - High-level programming language -- Programming language with strong abstraction from details of hardware
Wikipedia - History of Programming Languages
Wikipedia - History of programming languages
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Wikipedia - History of the Dylan programming language
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Wikipedia - Hoc (programming language)
Wikipedia - Hollywood (programming language)
Wikipedia - Hope (programming language)
Wikipedia - HP Multi-Programming Executive
Wikipedia - Hume (programming language)
Wikipedia - IBM Basic Programming Support
Wikipedia - IBM System Object Model -- Programming framework
Wikipedia - ICI (programming language)
Wikipedia - Icon (programming language)
Wikipedia - Icon programming language
Wikipedia - IDL (programming language)
Wikipedia - Id (programming language)
Wikipedia - Idris (programming language)
Wikipedia - Imperative programming language
Wikipedia - Imperative programming
Wikipedia - IMP (programming language)
Wikipedia - Include directive -- Type of file in computer programming
Wikipedia - Indexer (programming)
Wikipedia - Induced stem cells -- Stem cells derived from somatic, reproductive, pluripotent or other cell types by deliberate epigenetic reprogramming.
Wikipedia - Inductive functional programming
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Wikipedia - Inductive logic programming
Wikipedia - Inductive programming
Wikipedia - Inferential programming
Wikipedia - Infinite loop -- Programming idiom
Wikipedia - Inheritance (object-oriented programming) -- The mechanism of basing an object or class upon another object or class retaining similar implementation
Wikipedia - Inheritance (programming)
Wikipedia - Installer (programming language)
Wikipedia - Instrumentation (computer programming)
Wikipedia - In-system programming
Wikipedia - Integer linear programming
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Wikipedia - INTERCAL -- Esoteric programming language
Wikipedia - Interface-based programming
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Wikipedia - International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming
Wikipedia - International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems
Wikipedia - International Conference on Functional Programming
Wikipedia - International Emmy Kids Awards -- Children's television programming award
Wikipedia - International Obfuscated C Code Contest -- Computer programming contest
Wikipedia - Internet Server Application Programming Interface
Wikipedia - Invariant based programming
Wikipedia - Inversion of control -- Software programming technique
Wikipedia - Io (programming language)
Wikipedia - Io programming language
Wikipedia - Jackson Structured Programming
Wikipedia - Jackson structured programming
Wikipedia - JADE (programming language)
Wikipedia - Jakarta Servlet -- Jakarta EE programming language class
Wikipedia - Janus (concurrent constraint programming language)
Wikipedia - Java (Programming Language)
Wikipedia - Java (Programming language)
Wikipedia - Java (programming language)
Wikipedia - Java programming language
Wikipedia - JavaScript (programming language)
Wikipedia - JavaScript -- High-level programming language
Wikipedia - Jess (programming language)
Wikipedia - JFreeChart -- open-source framework for the programming language Java
Wikipedia - Joe Armstrong (programming)
Wikipedia - Joule (programming language)
Wikipedia - Journal of Functional Programming
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Wikipedia - Joyce (programming language)
Wikipedia - Joy (programming language)
Wikipedia - J (programming language)
Wikipedia - JRT (programming language) -- Pascal programming language implementation
Wikipedia - JScript .NET -- Programming language developed by Microsoft
Wikipedia - JSFuck -- Esoteric programming language that uses 6 characters to write all JavaScript code
Wikipedia - Julia (programming language)
Wikipedia - KaBlam! -- American animated sketch comedy television series programming block
Wikipedia - Karel (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - KET ED -- Kentucky television programming service
Wikipedia - Keyword (computer programming)
Wikipedia - Kids' WB -- American children's programming block
Wikipedia - Klerer-May System -- Programming language oriented to numerical scientific programming
Wikipedia - Knowledge-based programming
Wikipedia - Kotlin (programming language)
Wikipedia - K (programming language)
Wikipedia - L2 (programming language)
Wikipedia - Label (programming language)
Wikipedia - Label (programming)
Wikipedia - Lambda (programming)
Wikipedia - Language binding -- Software library that allows using another library coded in another programming language
Wikipedia - Language oriented programming
Wikipedia - Language-oriented programming
Wikipedia - Lasso (programming language)
Wikipedia - Lava (programming language)
Wikipedia - Lazy loading -- Design pattern in computer programming
Wikipedia - League for Programming Freedom -- Organization
Wikipedia - Lexico programming language
Wikipedia - Lex programming tool
Wikipedia - LFE (programming language)
Wikipedia - Light entertainment -- Term, classification used to describe a broad range of television and radio programming that includes comedies, variety shows, game shows, quiz shows
Wikipedia - Lightweight programming language
Wikipedia - Limbo (programming language)
Wikipedia - Linda Liukas -- Finnish programming instructor and children's writer
Wikipedia - Linear-fractional programming (LFP)
Wikipedia - Linear genetic programming
Wikipedia - Linear programming relaxation
Wikipedia - Linear programming -- Method to solve some optimization problems
Wikipedia - Lingo (programming language)
Wikipedia - Lint programming tool
Wikipedia - Liskov substitution principle -- Object-oriented programming principle
Wikipedia - LISP and Functional Programming
Wikipedia - LISP programming language
Wikipedia - Lisp programming language
Wikipedia - Lisp (programming language) -- Programming language family
Wikipedia - LIS (programming language)
Wikipedia - List of Amazon original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Animal Planet original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Apple TV+ original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of audio programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of BBC television programming
Wikipedia - List of C-based programming languages
Wikipedia - List of CBS All Access original programming -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of C-family programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of concurrent and parallel programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of constraint programming languages
Wikipedia - List of Crackle original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Discovery Channel original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Disney+ original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Disney TV programming blocks -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of educational programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of ended Netflix original programming -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Eros Now original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Facebook Watch original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Food Network original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of functional programming topics -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Globoplay original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of HBO Max original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of HBO original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Hotstar original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Hulu original programming -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of iQIYI original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Le original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Lifetime original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Lisp-family programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of logic programming languages
Wikipedia - List of Microsoft Windows application programming interfaces and frameworks -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Nat Geo Wild original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Netflix original programming -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Neuro-linguistic programming topics
Wikipedia - List of Nick Jr. original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of object-oriented programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of object-oriented programming terms
Wikipedia - List of open-source programming languages
Wikipedia - List of programming broadcast by Colors Rishtey -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programming language researchers -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programming languages by type -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programming languages for artificial intelligence -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programming syndicated by iHeartMedia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Quibi original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of reflective programming languages and platforms -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Showtime original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Shudder original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Sohu original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Starz original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of TLC original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Travel Channel original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of WWE television programming -- Former and current professional wrestling programs produced by WWE/WWF
Wikipedia - List of Xbox Entertainment Studios original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Yahoo! Screen original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Youku original programming -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of YouTube Premium original programming -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Lists of programming languages -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Literal (computer programming) -- Notation for representing a fixed value in source code
Wikipedia - Literate Programming
Wikipedia - Literate programming
Wikipedia - Little b (programming language)
Wikipedia - LLVM -- Compiler backend for multiple programming languages
Wikipedia - Logic for Programming, Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning
Wikipedia - Logic Programming Associates
Wikipedia - Logic Programming
Wikipedia - Logic programming -- Programming paradigm based on formal logic
Wikipedia - Logo programming language
Wikipedia - Logo (programming language) -- Computer programming language
Wikipedia - Logtalk (programming language)
Wikipedia - Low-level programming language
Wikipedia - LPC (programming language)
Wikipedia - LSE (programming language)
Wikipedia - Lua programming language
Wikipedia - Lua (programming language) -- Lightweight programming language
Wikipedia - Lucid (programming language)
Wikipedia - Lustre (programming language)
Wikipedia - Lustre programming language
Wikipedia - MAD (programming language)
Wikipedia - MAD programming language
Wikipedia - Magic number (programming)
Wikipedia - Magnet (children's television block) -- American former children's programming block
Wikipedia - Main function (programming)
Wikipedia - Malbolge -- Esoteric programming language created in 1998
Wikipedia - Map (parallel programming)
Wikipedia - Mary (programming language)
Wikipedia - Mathematical Programming Society
Wikipedia - Mathematical programming
Wikipedia - MATLAB -- Numerical computing environment and programming language
Wikipedia - Max (software) -- Visual programming language
Wikipedia - MDL (programming language)
Wikipedia - Measuring programming language popularity
Wikipedia - Mercury (programming language)
Wikipedia - Mercury programming language
Wikipedia - Mesa (programming language)
Wikipedia - Messaging Application Programming Interface
Wikipedia - MetaPost -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Metaprogramming
Wikipedia - Method (computer programming) -- Computer function or subroutine that is tied to a particular instance or class
Wikipedia - Method overriding (programming)
Wikipedia - Method (programming)
Wikipedia - Methods of neuro-linguistic programming
Wikipedia - Microprogramming
Wikipedia - Micro-series -- Brief episodic programming on television
Wikipedia - Microsoft Visual Programming Language
Wikipedia - Minification (programming) -- Removal of unnecessary characters in code without changing its functionality
Wikipedia - Mirah (programming language)
Wikipedia - Miranda (programming language)
Wikipedia - Miranda programming language
Wikipedia - Mirror (programming)
Wikipedia - MissingNo. -- PokM-CM-)mon species caused by a programming error
Wikipedia - ML programming language
Wikipedia - ML (programming language) -- General purpose functional programming language
Wikipedia - Modularity (programming)
Wikipedia - Modular programming
Wikipedia - Module (programming)
Wikipedia - Monad (functional programming) -- Design pattern in functional programming to build generic types
Wikipedia - Monads in functional programming
Wikipedia - MOO (programming language)
Wikipedia - MUF (programming language)
Wikipedia - Multi-adjoint logic programming -- Sub-field of logic programming
Wikipedia - Multi expression programming
Wikipedia - Multi-paradigm programming language
Wikipedia - Multi-Programming Executive
Wikipedia - Multiprogramming
Wikipedia - Multiprogramming with a Variable number of Tasks
Wikipedia - Multistaged programming
Wikipedia - Multithreaded programming
Wikipedia - Music Macro Language -- Programming language for generating computerized music
Wikipedia - Name resolution (programming languages)
Wikipedia - Naming conventions (programming)
Wikipedia - Nat Geo Wild -- Global television channel focused on wildlife programming of National Geographic
Wikipedia - Natural language programming
Wikipedia - Natural-language programming
Wikipedia - Neko (programming language)
Wikipedia - Nesting (programming)
Wikipedia - Netscape Server Application Programming Interface
Wikipedia - Neuro-linguistic programming bibliography
Wikipedia - Neuro Linguistic Programming
Wikipedia - Neuro-linguistic Programming
Wikipedia - Neurolinguistic Programming
Wikipedia - Neurolinguistic programming
Wikipedia - Neuro-linguistic programming -- Pseudoscientific approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy
Wikipedia - News & Documentary Emmy Award -- American awards for outstanding national television news and documentary programming
Wikipedia - Newspeak (programming language)
Wikipedia - Newt (programming library)
Wikipedia - Nick at Nite -- Comedy-oriented nighttime programming block on Nickelodeon
Wikipedia - Nick Jr. (TV programming block) -- Programming block on the Nickelodeon television channel
Wikipedia - NickMom -- Former American programming block on Nick Jr.
Wikipedia - NIL (programming language)
Wikipedia - Nil (programming language)
Wikipedia - Nim (programming language)
Wikipedia - Nintendo 64 programming characteristics -- Overview of the programming characteristics of the Nintendo 64
Wikipedia - Nl (format) -- File format for presenting and archiving mathematical programming problems
Wikipedia - Nondeterministic programming
Wikipedia - Non-English-based programming languages -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Nonlinear programming
Wikipedia - Non-strict programming language
Wikipedia - Non-structured programming
Wikipedia - Not eXactly C -- High-level programming language for the Lego Mindstorms NXT
Wikipedia - Noweb -- Literate programming tool
Wikipedia - NPAPI -- Application programming interface (API) that allows browser plugins to be developed
Wikipedia - NPL (programming language)
Wikipedia - NumPy -- Numerical programming library for the Python programming language
Wikipedia - Nu (programming language)
Wikipedia - Oak (programming language)
Wikipedia - Oberon-2 (programming language)
Wikipedia - Oberon (programming language)
Wikipedia - Object-based programming
Wikipedia - Objective-C -- General-purpose, object-oriented programming language
Wikipedia - Object-Oriented Programming in Common Lisp: A Programmer's Guide to CLOS
Wikipedia - Object-oriented programming languages
Wikipedia - Object-oriented programming language
Wikipedia - Object-Oriented Programming
Wikipedia - Object oriented programming
Wikipedia - Object-oriented programming -- Programming paradigm based on the concept of objects
Wikipedia - Object (programming)
Wikipedia - Object resurrection -- Phenomenon in object-oriented programming
Wikipedia - Object type (object-oriented programming)
Wikipedia - OBJ (programming language)
Wikipedia - Occam (programming language)
Wikipedia - Occam programming language
Wikipedia - Octave programming language
Wikipedia - One Definition Rule -- A rule of programming language C++
Wikipedia - Opal (programming language)
Wikipedia - Opa (programming language)
Wikipedia - OpenCL -- Open standard for programming heterogenous computing systems, such as CPUs or GPUs
Wikipedia - Open Programming Language
Wikipedia - Operation Prime Time -- Television programming provider
Wikipedia - Operator (computer programming) -- Construct associated with a mathematical operation in computer programs
Wikipedia - Operator (programming)
Wikipedia - Optimum programming
Wikipedia - Orc (programming language)
Wikipedia - Original programming -- First-run television programs produced by and for a network or streaming platform
Wikipedia - Orthogonality (programming)
Wikipedia - Orwell (programming language)
Wikipedia - Outline of computer programming
Wikipedia - Overlay (programming)
Wikipedia - Overloading (programming)
Wikipedia - Over-the-air programming
Wikipedia - Owl Scientific Computing -- Numerical programming library for the OCaml programming language
Wikipedia - Oxygene (programming language)
Wikipedia - Oz (programming language)
Wikipedia - Oz programming language
Wikipedia - Pair programming -- Collaborative technique for software development
Wikipedia - PAL-11R -- Assembly programming language
Wikipedia - PAL (programming language)
Wikipedia - Paradigms of AI Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp
Wikipedia - Parallel computing -- Programming paradigm in which many processes are executed simultaneously
Wikipedia - Parallel programming language
Wikipedia - Parallel programming model -- Abstraction of parallel computer architecture, with which it is convenient to express algorithms and their composition in programs
Wikipedia - Parallel programming
Wikipedia - Parameter (computer programming)
Wikipedia - Parametric polymorphism -- The basis of generic programming
Wikipedia - ParaSail (programming language)
Wikipedia - Pascal programming language
Wikipedia - Pascal (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Pattern Languages of Programming
Wikipedia - Pay-per-view -- Premium television or webcast event programming that requires payment to view
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Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei -- -- animate Film -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Adventure Mystery Horror Demons Psychological Supernatural Drama Fantasy School -- Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei -- Akemi Nakajima, is a high school student with a genius talent for computer programming. -- One day, Yumiko Shirasagi is transferred to the same class as him. She feels she knows Nakajima from somewhere, but doesn't try to deal with it. After school, Nakajima and a couple of classmates held a ceremony to summon the devil. Nakajima summons the devil Loki on the computer display while presenting a female offering. What will happen to Yumiko, who witnessed the scene? -- -- (Source: Official site, edited) -- OVA - Mar 25, 1987 -- 5,914 5.20
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ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems
Action at a distance (computer programming)
Action Pack (TV programming block)
Action! (programming language)
Ada (programming language)
Address programming language
Adult Swim (Australian TV programming block)
Adult Swim (British and Irish TV programming block)
Advanced Perl Programming
Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment
Advanced Programming Specialist Group
Advanced SCSI Programming Interface
Advertiser-funded programming
Advice (programming)
Agda (programming language)
Agent-oriented programming
Agora (programming language)
Ajax (programming)
Alef (programming language)
Algebraic Logic Functional programming language
Alice (programming language)
Alpha (programming language)
Alphard (programming language)
AMOS (programming language)
Ana (programming language)
Answer set programming
APL (programming language)
Application Programming Interface for Windows
Application programming interface key
Applicative programming language
A+ (programming language)
APT (programming language)
Arc (programming language)
Argus (programming language)
Array programming
ARS-based programming
Aspect (computer programming)
Aspect-oriented programming
Association for Logic Programming
Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming
Association (object-oriented programming)
Asynchrony (computer programming)
ATOLL (programming language)
Atom (programming language)
ATS (programming language)
Attribute-oriented programming
Automata-based programming
Automata-based programming (Shalyto's approach)
Automatic programming
Ballerina (programming language)
BASIC Programming
Basic programming
Basic solution (linear programming)
Bc (programming language)
Beatnik (programming language)
Best Christmas Ever (TV programming block)
BETA (programming language)
Block programming
Block (programming)
Book:Naming convention (programming)
Book:Programming Languages
Boo (programming language)
Bosque (programming language)
B (programming language)
Brokered programming
Bubble (programming language)
Business Application Programming Interface
Callback (computer programming)
CAL (programming language)
Cargo cult programming
Cartesian genetic programming
Category:Articles with example Python (programming language) code
Cayenne (programming language)
CBC Radio One local programming
CDK (programming library)
Cecil (programming language)
Ceylon (programming language)
Cg (programming language)
Channel 5 (British TV channel) programming
Chapel (programming language)
Charm (programming language)
Ch (computer programming)
Children's programming on ABC Television
Children's programming on CBS
Children's programming on TBS and TNT
CHIP (programming language)
Chisel (programming language)
Cinder (programming library)
Claire (programming language)
Clarion (programming language)
Class-based programming
Class (computer programming)
Clean (programming language)
Clipper (programming language)
Closure (computer programming)
CLU (programming language)
Cobra (programming language)
Comet (programming)
Comment (computer programming)
Common Programming Interface for Communications
Comparison of functional programming languages
Comparison of multi-paradigm programming languages
Comparison of open-source programming language licensing
Comparison of programming languages
Comparison of programming languages (associative array)
Comparison of programming languages (basic instructions)
Comparison of programming languages by type system
Comparison of programming languages (functional programming)
Comparison of programming languages (string functions)
Comparison of programming languages (syntax)
Competitive programming
Computer network programming
Computer programming
Computer programming in the punched card era
Concatenative programming language
Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming
Conditional (computer programming)
Constant (computer programming)
Const (computer programming)
Constraint logic programming
Constraint programming
Constructor (object-oriented programming)
Copy-and-paste programming
Coupling (computer programming)
CPL (programming language)
C (programming language)
Crunch (TV programming block)
Crystal (programming language)
CS-4 (programming language)
C Sharp (programming language)
Cuneiform (programming language)
Curl (programming language)
Curry (programming language)
Curses (programming library)
Cut (logic programming)
Cybil (programming language)
Cyclone (programming language)
Dart (programming language)
Darwin (programming game)
Dataflow programming
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Declaration (computer programming)
Declarative programming
Defensive programming
Delegation (object-oriented programming)
Destructor (computer programming)
Dice (programming language)
Differentiable programming
Differential dynamic programming
Directive (programming)
D (programming language)
Draft:Multitier programming
Dr. Dobb's Excellence in Programming Award
DUP programming language
Dylan (programming language)
Dynamic programming
Dynamic programming language
DYNAMO (programming language)
Ease (programming language)
Easy Programming Language
ECL (data-centric programming language)
ECL programming language
EC (programming language)
EGL (programming language)
Eiffel (programming language)
ELAN (programming language)
Elixir (programming language)
ELLA (programming language)
Ellipsis (computer programming)
Elm (programming language)
Eltron Programming Language
EMC-aware programming
Emission-aware programming
EML programming language
EMX (programming environment)
Encapsulation (computer programming)
Epigram (programming language)
Epigrams on Programming
E (programming language)
Erlang (programming language)
Esoteric programming language
Essentials of Programming Languages
Etoys (programming language)
Euclid (programming language)
Euler (programming language)
Euphoria (programming language)
European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming
Event-driven programming
Evolutionary programming
Example-centric programming
Expression-oriented programming language
Extended Mathematical Programming
Extensible programming
Extreme programming
Extreme programming practices
Factor (programming language)
Factory (object-oriented programming)
Fantom (programming language)
FARGO (programming language)
FAUST (programming language)
Feature-oriented programming
Fetal programming
Fifth-generation programming language
First-generation programming language
Fjlnir (programming language)
Flavors (programming language)
Flex (programming language)
Flip-flop (programming)
Flix (programming language)
Flow-based programming
FL (programming language)
FOCAL (programming language)
FOIL (programming language)
Form (programming)
Forth (programming language)
Fortress (programming language)
Fourth-generation programming language
FP (programming language)
F (programming language)
F-Script (programming language)
F Sharp (programming language)
Functional programming
Functional reactive programming
Function-level programming
Futhark (programming language)
Gene expression programming
Generalized semi-infinite programming
General-purpose programming language
Generator (computer programming)
Generic programming
Genetic programming
Geometric programming
GEORGE (programming language)
Glob (programming)
GNAT Programming Studio
GNU Linear Programming Kit
GOAL agent programming language
Goal programming
Gdel (programming language)
Gofer (programming language)
Go (programming language)
G programming language
GRASS (programming language)
Hack (programming language)
Haggis (programming language)
Harbour (programming language)
Haskell (programming language)
Higher-order programming
High-level programming language
Hilbert basis (linear programming)
History of Programming Languages
History of programming languages
History of the Dylan programming language
History of the Scheme programming language
Hope (programming language)
Hopscotch (programming language)
Hot spot (computer programming)
HP Multi-Programming Executive
Hume (programming language)
IBM 1401 Symbolic Programming System
IBM Basic Programming Support
ICFP Programming Contest
ICI (programming language)
Icon (programming language)
IDL (programming language)
Id (programming language)
Idris (programming language)
Immunity-aware programming
Imperative programming
IMP (programming language)
Impromptu (programming environment)
Index of object-oriented programming articles
Inductive logic programming
Inductive programming
Inheritance (object-oriented programming)
Initialization (programming)
Institute for System Programming
Instrumentation (computer programming)
In-system programming
Integer programming
Intentional programming
Interactive programming
Interface-based programming
International Collegiate Programming Contest
International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming
International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems
International Conference on Functional Programming
International Conference on Logic Programming
International Emmy Award for Best Arts Programming
Internet Server Application Programming Interface
Invariant-based programming
Io (programming language)
Jackson structured programming
JADE (programming language)
Java 4K Game Programming Contest
Java (programming language)
Jess (programming language)
Jolie (programming language)
Joule (programming language)
Journal of Functional Programming
Journal of Logical and Algebraic Methods in Programming
Joy (programming language)
J (programming language)
JRT (programming language)
Julia (programming language)
Kaleidoscope (programming language)
Karel (programming language)
Kata (programming)
Keystroke programming
Kids Club (TV programming block)
Kotlin (programming language)
K (programming language)
Krypton (programming language)
L1 and L2 (programming language)
Language-oriented programming
Lasso (programming language)
Lava (programming language)
Leaf class (computer programming)
LEAP (programming language)
Leet (programming language)
Lexico (programming language)
LGBT children's television programming
Lightweight programming language
Limbo (programming language)
Linear-fractional programming
Linear genetic programming
Linear programming
Linear programming decoding
Linear programming formulation
Linear programming relaxation
Lingo (programming language)
Lisp (programming language)
LIS (programming language)
List of Amazon original programming
List of Animal Planet original programming
List of Apple TV+ original programming
List of audio programming languages
List of CBS All Access original programming
List of C-family programming languages
List of concurrent and parallel programming languages
List of Crackle original programming
List of Discovery Channel original programming
List of Disney+ original programming
List of Disney TV programming blocks
List of educational programming languages
List of ended Netflix original programming
List of Eros Now original programming
List of Facebook Watch original programming
List of Food Network original programming
List of functional programming topics
List of Globoplay original programming
List of HBO Max original programming
List of HBO original programming
List of Hotstar original programming
List of Hulu original programming
List of Impact Wrestling programming
List of iQIYI original programming
List of iWant TFC original programming
List of Le original programming
List of Lifetime original programming
List of Microsoft Windows application programming interfaces and frameworks
List of Nat Geo Wild original programming
List of National Geographic original programming
List of Netflix original programming
List of Nick Jr. original programming
List of object-oriented programming languages
List of Peacock original programming
List of programming languages
List of programming languages by type
List of programming syndicated by iHeartMedia
List of Quibi original programming
List of reflective programming languages and platforms
List of Showtime original programming
List of Sohu original programming
List of Starz original programming
List of TLC original programming
List of Travel Channel original programming
List of WWE television programming
List of Xbox Entertainment Studios original programming
List of Yahoo! Screen original programming
List of Youku original programming
List of YouTube Premium original programming
Lists of programming blocks
Literal (computer programming)
Literate programming
Little b (programming language)
Local programming
Logic for Programming, Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning
Logic programming
Logo (programming language)
Lose Control (TV programming block)
Low-level programming language
Lua (programming language)
Lucid (programming language)
Lustre (programming language)
Lynx (programming language)
MAD (programming language)
Magic number (programming)
Magic (programming)
Magik (programming language)
Mary (programming language)
Mathematical Programming
Mathematical programming with equilibrium constraints
MDL (programming language)
Measuring programming language popularity
Memory model (programming)
Mercury (programming language)
Mesa (programming language)
Method (computer programming)
Methods of neuro-linguistic programming
MIIS (programming language)
Minification (programming)
Miranda (programming language)
ML (programming language)
MML (programming language)
Mobile Robot Programming Toolkit
Mob programming
Modular programming
Monad (functional programming)
Mouse (programming language)
MPD (programming language)
Multi-objective linear programming
Multi-stage programming
Name resolution (programming languages)
Naming convention (programming)
Natural-language programming
Network programming
Neuro-linguistic programming
Newspeak (programming language)
Newt (programming library)
Nickelodeon Saturday programming block
Nick Hits (TV programming block)
Nick Jr. (TV programming block)
Nickle (programming language)
Nicktoons (French TV programming block)
NIL (programming language)
Nim (programming language)
Nintendo 64 programming characteristics
Noise (TV programming block)
Nondeterministic programming
Non-English-based programming languages
Nonlinear programming
Non-structured programming
Nord Programming Language
NPL (programming language)
N-version programming
Nyquist (programming language)
Oak (programming language)
Oberon (programming language)
Object-oriented programming
Object-Oriented Programming in Common Lisp
Object type (object-oriented programming)
OBJ (programming language)
Occam (programming language)
Off-line programming (robotics)
OJ (programming tool)
Opal (programming language)
Open Programming Language
Operator (computer programming)
Orc (programming language)
Original programming
Orthogonality (programming)
Oulu University Secure Programming Group
Outline of computer programming
Overlay (programming)
Over-the-air programming
Ox (programming language)
Oxygene (programming language)
Oz (programming language)
Paid Programming (TV pilot)
Pair programming
PAL (programming language)
Paradigms of AI Programming
Parallel programming model
Parameter (computer programming)
Parametric programming
Parser (programming language)
Pascal (programming language)
PEARL (programming language)
Perl Programming Documentation
Pico (programming language)
Pict (programming language)
Pike (programming language)
Pizza (programming language)
Planner (programming language)
PLEX (programming language)
Plus (programming language)
Pointer (computer programming)
Poltergeist (computer programming)
Polymorphic Programming Language
Portal:Computer programming
Portals network programming application programming interface
PowerHouse (programming language)
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Costumes for a Variety, Nonfiction, or Reality Programming
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Programming
Privatization (computer programming)
Probabilistic programming
Procedural programming
Processing (programming language)
Process-oriented programming
Profiling (computer programming)
Proggy programming fonts
Programming by demonstration
Programming by permutation
Programming complexity
Programming Computable Functions
Programming ethics
Programming game
Programming Historian
Programming idiom
Programming in the large and programming in the small
Programming language
Programming Language Design and Implementation
Programming Language for Business
Programming language reference
Programming Languages: Application and Interpretation
Programming language specification
Programming language theory
Programming (music)
Programming paradigm
Programming Perl
Programming productivity
Programming Ruby
Programming style
Programming the Nation?
Programming the Z80
Programming tool
Programming with Big Data in R
Protocol (object-oriented programming)
Prototype-based programming
Psychology of programming
Purely functional programming
Pure (programming language)
Pyrex (programming language)
Python (programming language)
Quadratic programming
Quantum programming
Racket (programming language)
Raku (programming language)
Range (computer programming)
Rank (computer programming)
Rank (J programming language)
RC 4000 multiprogramming system
Reality legal programming
Real-Time Multiprogramming Operating System
Real-time Programming Language
Reason (programming language)
Rebeca (programming language)
Red (programming language)
Reflective programming
Return-oriented programming
Rewrite (programming)
Robust fuzzy programming
Role-oriented programming
ROOP (programming language)
RPL (programming language)
R (programming language)
RT Young People's Programming
Ruby (programming language)
Rule of three (computer programming)
Rule of three (C++ programming)
Rust (programming language)
S2 (programming language)
S3 (programming language)
SA-C (programming language)
SAC programming language
SAIL (programming language)
SAKO (programming language)
SAS Institute Inc v World Programming Ltd
SASL (programming language)
Sawzall (programming language)
Scala (programming language)
Scheme (programming language)
Schizophrenia (object-oriented programming)
Scratch (programming language)
Second-generation programming language
Second-order cone programming
Self (programming language)
Semaphore (programming)
Semidefinite programming
Semi-infinite programming
Sequential linear-quadratic programming
Sequential quadratic programming
Server Application Programming Interface
Service-oriented programming
Set theoretic programming
Shakespeare Programming Language
Shoulder programming
Sigil (computer programming)
SIGNAL (programming language)
Sigreturn-oriented programming
Skeleton (computer programming)
SLIP (programming language)
Small matter of programming
Snap! (programming language)
Snippet (programming)
Snowball (programming language)
SPARK (programming language)
Splint (programming tool)
S (programming language)
SQL programming tool
Squirrel (programming language)
SR (programming language)
S/SL programming language
Stack-oriented programming
Standard Test and Programming Language
STELLA (programming language)
Stochastic dynamic programming
Stochastic programming
Strict programming language
Strip programming
Structured programming
Subject-oriented programming
Subtext (programming language)
Successive linear programming
Super Bowl counterprogramming
Swap (computer programming)
Swift (programming language)
Symbol (programming)
Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming
Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages
Synchronous programming language
Syntax (programming languages)
Synthetic Programming (HP-41)
System programming language
Systems programming
Systems Programming Language
Tacit programming
TACPOL (programming language)
Tea (programming language)
TeenNick (Indian TV programming block)
Telephony Application Programming Interface
Telephony Server Application Programming Interface
Template metaprogramming
Text Executive Programming Language
TGIF (TV programming block)
The Art of Computer Programming
The Art of Unix Programming
The C Programming Language
The C++ Programming Language
The Elements of Programming Style
The More You Know (TV programming block)
THE multiprogramming system
The Tao of Programming
The Unix Programming Environment
Third-generation programming language
This (computer programming)
Thread block (CUDA programming)
Thue (programming language)
Timeline of programming languages
Toi (programming language)
Toonami (Australian TV programming block)
Total functional programming
T (programming language)
TRAC (programming language)
Trait (computer programming)
Transient (computer programming)
Translation unit (programming)
Trimming (computer programming)
Turing (programming language)
Tweak programming environment
TXL (programming language)
Unicon (programming language)
Uniface (programming language)
Unifying Theories of Programming
UNITY (programming language)
Ur (programming language)
User Direct Access Programming Library
Vala (programming language)
Value-level programming
Very high-level programming language
Video game programming
Virtual Programming (company)
Visual programming language
Volatile (computer programming)
Web (programming system)
Whitespace (programming language)
World Programming
World Programming System
WSFN (programming language)
XL (programming language)
Yorick (programming language)
Zebra Programming Language
Zeno (programming language)
Zig (programming language)
ZPL (programming language)

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