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I like to program, but am a noob, which is why I'm here.


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asked Other expression for “Off the top of my head”
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comment Does saying I have “functional understanding” of something convey that I understand its functions?
@Jason Orendorff, please post an answer to this thread so I can "check" it.
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comment Does saying I have “functional understanding” of something convey that I understand its functions?
+1 +1 +1, ok, those are great examples that break my argument. Now, can you direct me to what the real rules are? I'm interested to learn more.
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revised Does saying I have “functional understanding” of something convey that I understand its functions?
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comment Does saying I have “functional understanding” of something convey that I understand its functions?
I think "working knowledge" is commonly used, but still, doesn't it technically mean that your knowledge is working, and nothing more?
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asked Does saying I have “functional understanding” of something convey that I understand its functions?
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comment What's the difference between 'addictive' and 'addicting'?
I sometimes hear people use addicting as an adjective
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comment Is there a term to describe something difficult to find but easy to understand?
That's what I'm starting to realize. I think my expectation of the English language is unrealistically high.
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comment Is there a term to describe something difficult to find but easy to understand?
+1, "deceivingly simple" is good, but what is a phrase also where you know the solution is simple, but it is difficult to find? So it's clearly simple, but difficult to find.
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asked Is there a term to describe something difficult to find but easy to understand?
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accepted Is there a term for a flaw in logic?
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