OFF-TOPIC:: Why Lisp is not my favorite programming language

Gernot Me at privacy.net
Mon Mar 22 17:27:39 CET 2004


Program a game - it's fun for a 13year old. And games are made with GLBasic
from GLBasic.com.
qed.

Gernot Frisch.


"Russell Wallace" <wallacethinmintr at eircom.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:405ef463.40371149 at news.eircom.net...
> On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 04:03:09 GMT, "Bootstrap Bill"
> <wrcousert at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> >I was 15 when I got my first computer, a 4k TRS-80 Model I with Level I
> >BASIC, cassette tape for storage. It was several years before I could
afford
> >a system with a floppy drive, let alone a hard drive.. I spent nearly all
my
> >free time for months teaching myself BASIC programing, mostly trial and
> >error. The book that came with my Model I was a great introduction to
> >programming.
>
> Those were the days ^.^
>
> >My 13 year old niece wants to learn programming. What's the best
> >introductory language for her?
>
> I'd recommend Python as a good introductory language - easy,
> intuitive, but definitely not dumbed down.
>
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