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  1. I often find that a program is never finished. As long as there are end-users using your program, it will never be finished. I think that programming self-confidence can be a bad thing, if you get too confident, then your vanity will get in the way of clearly seeing your solution. Another set of eyes, if available, will always see past the filters that cloud your vision.
  2. Keep programming. Keep reading. Keep learning. And most important, keep communicating with knowledgeable people.
  3. About the same as cut and paste bomb construction, except you won't loose your hands. :) Cut and paste is not the same as module re-use. There are docs for modules, not for pasted code.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention - study software design.

Jeff

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In reply to (jeffa) Re: Some of use just want to know the basics by jeffa
in thread Some of use just want to know the basics by Elias

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