I am a coder

"A computer. And you can play with it? Wow!"

I first saw a personal computer in a holiday trip to the USA sometime in the late 1970s. It was an amazing sight and my intuition told me that I would live forever around computers. This was science-fiction stuff for a scrawny Venezuelan kid of that era.

I had an early start at that time: my father travelled overseas a lot for business, and he loved buying gadgets you could not find in Venezuela.

At one point or another my father had a HP-35 calculator, a Pulsar watch, a first-generation Odyssey console (which he sold shortly after, to my eternal regret), a digital-chess board and all kinds of Super-8 movie-making gadgetry.

I had a Radio Shack Electronic Project Kit. Laugh at me, but I loved that board.

I had read The Best of Creative Computing from cover to cover by the time I got my first computer, a Sinclair ZX-81. It was my 12th birthday and I was hooked into solving coding problems.

You'd be wise to test what you find in the Internet before you use it. All code examples are provided "as-is".
"Elegant code does not exist: it either solves a problem or it does not."

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