Hello this is Nirav again to be your guide and guide you to the magical and miraculous world of boredom. So today I am going to solve your big problem by answering a question (No it is not HOW TO TURN ON THE COMPUTER). Why to program? Why should we spend our time just for typing thousand lines of code? I used to think of the same questions every time I thought of programming, therefore I wrote this post. There are many different reasons to do so (No not for learning how to start computer). It may be a hobby or even a profession. Below are some answers:
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1. Not to learn how to turn on the computer. Why don’t you understand that before learning computer programming, you should learn to turn on the computer (unless you are a lunatic person who programs without turning on the computer and punches keyboard like I punch my brat sister)
2. To play the god game. In computing, programmers are god (Think deeply, it means I am a god, I am almighty HAHAH). Just think, programmers just turn blank white(I don’t say that if you program in colorful pages, you are not a programmer) pages into a wonderful software. The software through which you are reading this article, is also a example of that. In computing technology, the programmer who creates software is god.
3. To be lazy. Yes programmers are known for their laziness. Programmers automate daily and repetitive works in computer. For example: if you have to play game everyday and you happen to be a programmer, you can create a software which loads selected game in the startup from the same place you had left yesterday.
Programming has also become a source of income and reputation. So you have got your answers. Why not program some lines of code now. You can learn it in the 'Programming and Desigining category on the right hand side of this blog.