Just a thought. Writing a program then clicking run, and your code runs first time, should be something that becomes more common place as one improves their coding ability, now that we call development. To be always surprised when that happens, almost seems to say that such is a matter of luck.

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    people make mistakes, rarely anything is perfect on the first try :)
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    @yarwest true, not disputing such at all. Just believe the trajectory should be something like:

    first two years of programming, first time runs - 1 in 20.
    After 5 years experience, first time runs - 8 in 20.

    We should be learning to recognize the simple mistakes we have been prone to not always get tripped up by the same thing.
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    @TsiTMC yeah I agree to a certain extent
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