On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 12:41 PM, Doug <email@example.com> wrote:
(Back in the "dark ages" of the 70s or so, kids learned BASIC on Commodore
and Amiga computers. Real programmers hated BASIC,
but you could do a lot with it, in spite of the professionals' disdain.
Unfortunately, the "easy" BASIC of those days is gone now, and its
modern descendants require the user to create "visual" inputs and outputs
and work in GUI environments. Phooey!
Just my 2¢ --doug
I think that it is not true for ooBasic.
I have a friend that never had contact with computer programming. At end of
last year I told him about how to create new functions in Calc not entering
in details, just telling this as curiousity.
Now he is able to create complex functions in basic by himself.
By the way, in last 6 months I spent no more than 1 day teaching him.
Alex Mitsio Sato
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