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potata
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The first AHA moment striked me when I was around 11 years old. This was the first time I ever been introduced into programming.

I've started playing around with visual basic on my own and aha moment striked when I realised I can make programs to solve math problems... But that was just a lightbulb....

The overall AHA moment happened when I had the knowledge to do so and actually started implementing text book solutions in the app and passing few values from tasks and... Results were great!

From that point I went on with programs as my math problem solver in most of my cases. This not only helped me to save time but actually writing the program helped me to get better at math.

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    That's pretty neat!
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    @Pyjong to be fair, I wish more people would realise that computers can be programmed to solve issues...

    I once teached a friend to do so - now he's a developer at a huge company since it stuck with him
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    @potata agreed. I especially like that you used it to deal with math homework. I wish people were more practical like that. There is a lot of smog in math these days.

    Your friend is lucky to have you :)
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