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Nope, I just feel lost. I learned programming as an adjunct to engineering, back when my devices had only 512 bytes of memory, but did nothing without programming them. Looking at timing diagrams for TTL parts and matching them to cycle times for various opcodes to make everything work perfectly in sync was fun. I went through an awful lot of quad-ruled desk pads doing it, but it was fun. When things got to a higher level, the feeling of control was lost, and along with it, most of the fun. Windows was the end of fun programming for me; it took more time to get the GUI right than the actual function of the application, and I'm not interested in being a commercial artist. The IoT world is renewing my interest, but I've got an awful lot of catching up to do... Sigh | :sigh:
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