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Re: Do you have a job?
Michael Vincent  Account Info
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I have a job; it's enabled me to purchase lots of TI calculators.

Reply to this comment    10 July 2001, 04:02 GMT


Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Joel Ericson  Account Info

I have a stipendium; it's enabled me to purchase lots of TI calculators. (2 lots of them)

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 21:36 GMT

Re: Do you have a job?
AntiGates

nope, don't have a job. most of the kids visiting this site are under 14 and don't have any job. others are older and in the "programmer" category. the younger kids are in the "download" category. just my opinion.

Reply to this comment    10 July 2001, 04:04 GMT

Re: Re: Do you have a job?
lefinestpres  Account Info

i think you are most likely correct. but i am 16 and i program but i still dont have a job.....

Reply to this comment    10 July 2001, 18:27 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Joel Ericson  Account Info

im about to go 19 and i have never had a job either...

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 21:38 GMT


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Soth Account Info

I'm 19 - don't have a job.
Still get paid mind you.
University - don't you just love it.

Reply to this comment    15 January 2002, 17:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Joel Ericson  Account Info

(and my english propably sucks big time when im this tired)

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 21:38 GMT

I have a job
Probyte Account Info
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I think you're quite right, however I think 80% of the people who visit this site probably never submit any program of their own. Right now I have several small part-time computer jobs. Three web site jobs, including my own, and a job training others how to use computers.

Reply to this comment    10 July 2001, 19:18 GMT


Re: I have a job
Stephen Sanders  Account Info
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I am 16 and have a job. I make money programming:)

Playing with TIs helped as they caused me to get interested in BASIC which led to Visual Basic which led to C++.

Now I make money!

Reply to this comment    10 July 2001, 21:36 GMT

Re: Re: I have a job
Squall143  Account Info
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Eww, you let them shove Visual Basic down your throat? For potential programmers out there, it's smarter to learn Delphi rather than VB, because it is more portable...at least you got to C++ eventually. :)

Reply to this comment    12 July 2001, 04:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: I have a job
Joel Ericson  Account Info

I started out with Qbasic... poor me... :)

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 21:39 GMT


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phydeaux  Account Info

I started out in qbas too. lol one of the moron professors at my school still teaches basic programming in q.

Reply to this comment    18 July 2001, 13:12 GMT


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T:-:T  Account Info
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Poor poor me.. I started with MS-DOS batch programming.. with "edit".. :) i now know C, VB, a little delphi and some C++... i believe i will consummate my programming knowlege with C++, and for calcs.. pitiful ASM for z80.. im not touching 68k w/o gloves. whatver that means... ;)

Reply to this comment    20 February 2002, 21:53 GMT

Re: Re: I have a job
aksuur

howd you learn c++ without learning c first?

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 22:24 GMT

Re: Re: Re: I have a job
zecoj  Account Info

yeh, i even recommend you to not know c before c++

Reply to this comment    16 July 2001, 01:58 GMT


Re: Re: Re: I have a job
Achorny  Account Info

the only similarity between C and C++ is an alsmost identical syntax that is used differentlt in C++, so learning C just to learn C++ would be pointless.

Reply to this comment    17 November 2001, 03:18 GMT


Re: Re: I have a job
Brad Achorn  Account Info

I first programmed in QBASIC also. But VB? Keep it far, FAR away. C++, eh, who needs it when you've got Java.

Java all the way!

Reply to this comment    8 November 2001, 22:44 GMT

Re: Re: Do you have a job?
molybdenum  Account Info

It is much easier to program for a calcuator if you have experience in a programming language, and as most are quite expensive, many teenagers don't program for ASM.

Coud you help me with my compiler, I can't get it wporking (tasm, for ion 83+)?

Reply to this comment    10 July 2001, 22:11 GMT

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BigRedDog Account Info

I'm a teenager and I do. BTW, you may wish to redownload tasm, Devpac83, Devpac8x, and maybe Ionguru. All can be found in this site's archives.

Reply to this comment    11 July 2001, 00:41 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Squall143  Account Info
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You know why most teenagers don't code in ASM? Because it's not fun. :P In some instances, (mostly games), it's good to write ASM programs for a TI, but I would say the bulk of ASM coding is done on computers (not that the calculators aren't..), and is mostly used for the development of operating systems or compilers.

I'm 14, and I understand ASM concept, but I do not wish to memorize hardware dependant codes.

Reply to this comment    12 July 2001, 04:48 GMT

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SDSauron  Account Info
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19 y/o college teenager and I have no job. All the talk of the booming San Diego economy and no one here wants a college sophomore...
I can stand ASM program. I still don't know how you all understand it! Oh well, I'll probably will once I get to CS231..

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 09:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Joel Ericson  Account Info

Asm is the only way to get control. and control is fun. SO THERE! ASM IS FUN! ;

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 21:42 GMT


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Sean Barnes  Account Info
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I agree, assembly is a lot of fun on the z80 calcs, mainly because of the full control. There's a certain amount of satisfaction that comes out of writing a decent assembly program, that you don't get from other languages. Although writing in assembly for a PC is probably not as fun.

-Sean

Reply to this comment    16 July 2001, 16:25 GMT

Re: Re: Do you have a job?
BigRedDog Account Info

I'm 14, a programmer, and I download stuff. I've never submitted anything to this site though. So, I kinda fit into all of the categories you listed. Not to mention that I wish I had a job, if I did I'd have an 89 or 92+ by now. Oh well, no-can-do about labor laws.

Reply to this comment    11 July 2001, 00:37 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
evil_cheese Account Info

Im 14 and a '89 assembly programmer. I'm working on a port of Unix for the calc right now. I also know c++, and some TIGCC. Next year I can work at Six Flags. For now I write web sites for $

Reply to this comment    9 August 2001, 09:12 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
T:-:T  Account Info
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at 14 u can get a job... i did.im 17 now made over 10,000 bucks... at fast food! work the crap out of myself i did.. guess what i did w/ the money? i got calcs and computers and ... heres the kicker.. a $700 car hehe..

Reply to this comment    20 February 2002, 21:56 GMT

Re: Re: Do you have a job?
acr34  Account Info
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I'm 14 and I am a programmer (not a good one, but still)

Reply to this comment    11 July 2001, 21:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Do you have a job?
DreamsoftTi  Account Info
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I am 14 also, I program, don't have a job, but hell, im happy!

Reply to this comment    14 July 2001, 03:56 GMT

Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Bradford5 Account Info

hey i'm 14, don't have a job, but have programmed several progs.

Reply to this comment    15 July 2001, 17:42 GMT


Re: Re: Do you have a job?
Ainaruin  Account Info

I'm a 14 yr old kid and i program, so there! :P

Reply to this comment    24 November 2002, 19:35 GMT

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