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Re: question

From: Macy
Subject: Re: question
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2013 10:13:54 -0800

several good suggestions have already been posted, however I like to use Scilab 
Sc1 as a text editor for C/C++ code

Keep in mind that well written code is straight forward [meaining not always 
the fewest lines, but easy read and easy modification] and contains adequate 
notes [for Sc1, notes add to the line count, but not the program line count]

If you start programming keep in mind that you may have to read it a year from 
now, so better make it an 'easy' read.

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From: NoEmmanuel <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Subject: question
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 23:08:46 -0600

Hello, my name is Emmanuel Texis, and i have a homework where i need to know 
how many lines of code GNU Octave has, how many lines of code where required to 
create this program.       

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