Completing C code with D style
stanislav.blinov at gmail.com
Fri Nov 12 01:05:15 UTC 2021
On Thursday, 11 November 2021 at 22:10:04 UTC, forkit wrote:
> It's called 'staged learning'.
> Staged learning is the only way for humans to learn, due to the
> limitations of the human cognitive system. Specifically, the
> way short-term memory and long-term memory facilitate learning.
> Those who lack this understanding of how humans learn, tend to
> throw too much at novices.
Like making a simple program do a bunch of extra work for
literally no reason?
> Also, this apparent drive towards requiring novices to
> understand the implications of their code, in terms of
> optimising the assembly that gets produced, is just nonsense.
> They'll never get pass the for loop!
This has nothing to do with "optimising the assembly".
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