- Oct 20, 2015
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that's because *code* is merely *structure*, which you're already providing when you tell the program *what* you want to do.pretty good at creating code that does what I want it to do
there is such thing as *the only way to do it* and more often than not, *the* way to do it is *the one you'll come up with* when you put yourself to think about the problem logically.
doesn't matter if you know the code for it, the function is already solved by you thinking it through.
Plato's tale is basically The Matrix... literally nobody understood that movie, if the society we have today is anything to go by.It can also be funny to use it for quest/plot ideas.
because right and wrong depends on facts and proof, with a pinch of opinion.they are incapable of even admitting that they are wrong
and bots don't have opinion, and their facts and proof all sum up to a broad query for "what people says it's the most accepted response"
and therein lies the problem.