Don’t make your label say, “No.” instead of “Number”.
It’s outdated. It’s old. It’s confusing. And it’s annoying.
Just say NO to “No.”.
I mean, I did have another programmer vehemently argue once long ago that putting more code on one line would make it “run faster.” But of course he was stark raving nuts. Trying to explain to him (with a straight face–which was challenging) how the interpreter or compiler would break that long line apart into discrete one-instruction-per-line statements–essentially identical to the result if he had gone ahead and just made the code readable instead of trying to out-clever the compiler–had no effect on him whatsoever. But I digress.Craig Tullis on a StackOverflow answer.
Get it working.Franks2000InchTV
Then get it working correctly.
Then get it working fast.
Then get it working fast correctly.
Hey, hello there! I’ve just started a new course in life! Promoting Software written by me! (Among other useful software/information I find!)
Head on over to Protiguous.Software to check it out!
Yes, I know I used too many exclamation marks in the previous paragraph. I’m just so excited to do this.. I’ve been using computers since Third Grade and writing software since Sixth Grade.
It’s about time I start sharing my gift with other people on the Internets!
If you have any ideas, or a task you would like to automate on your Windows 10 computer, just let me know!