One morning, I turned on the light switch, and the light bulb burned out. Since I didn't have any light bulbs, I needed to go to the store and buy some. I couldn't find my keys in the dark, though.
How did I solve this dilemma? Simple! I put a new bulb in the lamp, turned it on, then drove to the hardware store to buy the bulb that I just put in the lamp.
Recently, I've been solving all my programming problems like that--When I get a new assignment, I print out the program so I can see what's in it, and then just type it in!
Causality schmauzality... Meh.
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