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While I was a student at the University of Dallas, I did some computer graphics using FORTRAN and PLM-based graphics routines. Following that, I became a database programmer. I've been a database programmer now for about 25 years. I've done very little in the way of object oriented programming. Now I'm learning Objective C and programming for iOS.


Feb
15
answered What does the bolded part of the sentence mean?
Nov
27
awarded  Supporter
Nov
22
awarded  Editor
Nov
22
revised “Left as an exercise for the reader” vs. “to the reader”
Remove italics around last left, which does not refer to the text earlier. It is a different left. Also remove incorrect comma.
Nov
17
awarded  Teacher
Nov
17
answered “Left as an exercise for the reader” vs. “to the reader”