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I like coding.


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comment What is the key to be able to start a project?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Aug
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comment What is the key to be able to start a project?
The last time you told me about this, you told me it was because you couldn't decide on whether the code looked nice. But you need to find out why it doesn't satisfy you. This could turn into a psychological topic, why doesn't it satisfy you? Ask yourself these questions to help you realise why it doesn't satisfy you: "is it because I expect myself to do better?", "is it because the code is ugly?", "is it because the API is rubbish?", "is it because the end result looks crap?".
Aug
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comment What is the key to be able to start a project?
Like I said, follow a code. My "code" or "set of rules" is to use OOP wherever possible, my rules contain how spacing should be done. I don't have it written down, I just write code the way I feel it should be done. I can't explain my rules without looking at my own code.
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comment What is the key to be able to start a project?
WHAT satisfies you? I adopted a scripting style from whom and where I learnt how to code. When someone wrote code for me, I actually removed all the brackets because I never learnt to include brackets in my if statements until absolutely necessary. Later, I grew upon using brackets. It's really important you pick your favourite scripting style and adopt it to your needs. I want to add semicolons to the end of all my code, I try to, but that's not my style. So I stopped. I shouldn't have said this comment until I asked you if you're unhappy with the outcome or with the quality of the code.
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