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On this site my main focus is on providing the basic knowledge for people who want to learn about computer programming and software development or who just want to get some insight into the different aspects of computer programming.
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Technical terms will be explained where necessary, either within the articles or on separate pages. For any questions you still might have, you can contact me through the contact form.
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Jan 28, 20 06:00 AM
The next control structure after if-then-else is the switch-case statement. It is used where you need more than just a two way split in your logical flow.
Jan 21, 20 09:58 AM
In oder to create any logical flow within an application, you need control structures. The "if-then-else" construct is one of the simplest and quite useful.
Jan 12, 17 09:51 AM
The new "Programming the TextEye" series kicks off with a project overview. What is the TextEye, what kind of programming is involved, and what is the goal?