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If a programming language is also written in a programming language, how was the first programming language written?
Here’s a little amusing and true anecdote for you.In the late 70’s, I was doing vac work with a research laboratory, and one of the tasks I was given was to build up a microprocessor board from components. Individual chips, resistors, capacitors, and a PC board. (The processor was an Intel 8085 - brand new at the time). It still surprises me all these decades later that as an untrained student I managed to get it to work - well, it did.So, there I was, with a functioning microprocessor board. Initially, as input device it had a small hex keyboard (zero through nine, A through F, enter key, and I think it had a backspace - not sure about that though), and as output device it had a multiple-character LED segmented display capable of a single line of text. (Both input and output devices were subsequently replaced with better options, but that was the first configuration).I managed to find the following image on the web. The one I built then was certainly similar to this.The only interface ‘language• was machine code. Not assembly - machine code. Bytes of machine language. For a short while it was fun coding tiny programs in hex and getting them to display stuff, but that wore off quickly. So, of course, this being the 70’s and not the early 60’s, the next goal was to make it understand a programming language - the one selected was interpreted Basic. We found a paper published by a Japanese guy (I think) which had a complete basic interpreter for the processor listed in machine code. I still remember with amusement that below the title of the paper was a tongue-in-cheek line which read “Copyleft, all wrongs reserved”. (Edit - someone found the original article. Li-Chen Wang published his “tiny basic” in 1976, and he was Chinese, not Japanese. Li-Chen Wang - Wikipedia )I keyed in the entire program, and burnt it into whatever Eprom the system supported (probably something like 8 or 16 Kbyte). I must have got that right too, because from that point on it was possible to “talk” to the microprocessor in Basic.So, one possible answer to your question : A first programming language can be brought into existence by implementing it in machine language, coding every byte manually, and burning it into an Eprom (or other programmable memory device).
Why is this Kosovo Albanian angry?
Haha this brought me memories from the past, it was major news.This guy managed to get her fired from the municipality of Pristina.Back in the days to get a normal birth certificate in Prishtina you had to go through this:The video you presented shows just the tip of the iceberg—it is basically related with all the bureaucratic procedures that happen within the municipalities of Kosovo, to get a simple document sometimes you have to go through procedures which are quite frustrating and these procedures slow down the process even more when the competent people (like the lady in the video) leave their job just to "smoke a cigarette" forming massive lines making people wait for almost 5 hours just for a signature, sometimes or better say most of the time, tempered Kosovars get violent and usually insult the country, the employees and the municipality as much as they can, or sometime they end up breaking stuff.Today, this phenomenon is still present but lesser than before because of digitalization which is making things 100x times easier. Public employees just get tired and lazy and they give you "the look" when they ain't in their mood, but sometimes even us the normal revolted citizens do not know how to follow instructions so that's one of the ways of coming to a potential conflict.It is what it is.
People talk a lot about 10x developers, but are the best developers exactly 10x? Why not 9x, 100x or 3x? Have you worked with people who had a multiplier but not exactly a 10x multiplier?
The 10x multiplier was originally found by measuring the productivity, over short periods, of various developers.And as I understand it, the 10x number itself was a composite of several other numbers, from 5x to 20x, covering different parts of development.In my own personal experience as a “fast” developer, I've observed a few things:Depending on exactly what I'm doing, the short term multiplier can be anywhere from 0.5x to 20x or more, compared to the same other person.The higher multipliers are a consequence of the complexity level of the task.The lower multipliers are for lower complexity tasks where domain experience dominates, and complexity capacity is worthless.Over time, as a project's complexity grows, the “fast” developer gets a cumulative multiplier. So if the project goes on long enough, then it can grow to 100x, 1000x, or infinite (where the “slow” developer would simply never finish).UI layout seems like kryptonite for this developer at least. I can do it, but I am not particularly faster than any solid UI developer, and I'm slower than most.Some of my advantage comes from skilled use of tooling. If I'm fighting with JavaScript instead of TypeScript, for example, expect a 2–4x performance penalty, for instance. I demand a lot from my editor as well.The connection to complexity pretty much has to be true. I type reasonably quickly, but not 10x faster than an average programmer. So the biggest difference is in my ability to reduce a complex task to a series of instructions in my head, so that all I need to do is type out the answer, fully formed.And people vary in how much complexity and abstraction they can hold in their brain. I'm sure that you can improve your capacity with practice, but aptitude likely follows a normal distribution[1] .I know what it feels like to hit my limit for instance. There are probably developers out there with a much higher limit who could easily solve the problems that slow me down at 15x my performance or better. But for a problem that's within my complexity limit, they might only be 1.1x faster than me, or I might even beat them, if I get lucky.So no, there's nothing magical about 10x. It's just a simplification of a much more complex issue.Footnotes[1] Normal distribution - Wikipedia
Do Indians eat healthier food than Americans?
Thank you for the A2A Ajita Maru.Yes the Indian diet is the best.It contains a perfect balance of Carbohydrates, fats, oils, pulses, vegetables and many other healthy ingredients.In the US , out of personal experience, it has always been meat, pies, patties along with vivid incarnations of bread. Which I naturally find tasteless hailing from the land of spicy food(o.O). The American diet involves use of processed meat, the most harmful form of meat. It is (100x more unhealthy than raw meat). Most foods involve light oils like Olive and Canola along with a sprinkle of pepper. But our Indian food consists of flaming Chilli flavour and desi ghee.People who make fun of desi Ghee: It contains fatty acids which are much needed for Weight loss. When Doctors in our country instruct us to stop using ghee, they are being sold in the streets of London in the name weight loss liquid. They are used by famous celebrities like the Kardashians.(Here there would be people accepting it because of the fact that Kardasians uses desi ghee, they will start using it again)People who hate spice: The flavour and nutrients present in the Chilli, help retain the strength present in our bones and muscles, acts as a pain reliever, the Capsaicin present in the Chilli increases blood flow towards the membranes, helps thinning the mucus present in your lungs.No matter which country you go, there is nothing to stand in front of the South Indian Thali. Challenge? Go ahead. Here is a pic.Can someone beat this??I’d like to give a piece of mind to Indian youngsters. Don’t avoid your traditional meals, don’t think of it as outdated. It ain’t fancy to avoid healthy foods and pretend to be modern by literally eating garbage. Fast food contains high amounts of unsaturated cholesterol and Sodium. And you know the side effects.Also Indians, please divert yourself more to Ayurveda than English medicines. English medicines are for immediate remedies, only to function for the time being and give life long side effects, Ayurvedha takes time. But once it is into effect, will last lifelong.Our Ayurvedha is lost, our traditions are losing grip, any little contribution will count, which includes the above two. The present working class to produce healthy future citizens of India (your kids). Make them realise the importance of their heritage and culture. Atleast give it a go.Thank you.
Why is Scarlett Witch so weak in the movies compared to the comics?
Because she would have been completely mismatched with the universe if they left her at comic levels.Comic Scarlet Witch would stomp the MCU. Even excluding the massive reality warping stuff, her base power was still significantly stronger than anything we have really seen in the MCU thus far.But even nerfed, she is still pretty fucking strong in the MCU too. Did you see her at the Battle of Wakanda?I think her powers fit fine in the universe they have constructed, even if I wish they would let the MCU as a whole get stronger.The only thing I really want them to change about her is letting her learn proper Magic. She did it in the comics, and it would make sense for her to do it here considering she still calls herself a witch and will meet Doctor Strange soon enough, they could easily retcon her abilities in the MCU has a subconscious form of magic (like it is in the comics).
How will blockchain technology affect municipal/local governments?
This is a bit far fetched but not completely outside the realm of possibility, but it could be possible to see some form of DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) replace certain aspects of local government in the future. A DAO is a programmable entity that makes decision by consensus of its users, and can execute pre-determined decisions if certain conditions are met without the need for a central figure/entity.Say that a local government decides to construct a DAO for the purposes of infrastructure maintenance. They would program the organization with a certain amount of funds and information about what conditions need to be met in order to make a decision. For example, the formula could be “if a resident submits a geotagged photo of a pothole measuring a certain dimension, X amount of funds will be sent to a pre-approved contractor with instructions to fix the pothole”.Again, this is thinking maybe 30 years down the road if ever, but governmental decision making could be expedited 100x if a blockchain style system were used at the local to create a “programmable economy”.
If operating systems are written in C, does that mean all applications are eventually executed by C code?
Actually NO.While the source code of an OS may be written in C, the OS itself (in its runnable state) isn’t left in C. It is compiled to the language of the particular processor it is meant to run on.E.g. once the code is written it is sent to a program called a compiler, which translates the C source files into binary executables (i.e. it changes the format inside those files and are no longer C). These contain bytecodes (a set of on/off signals in varying patterns) which mean specific instructions for the CPU. Perhaps something like the x86 instruction set if the OS is meant to run on something like an Intel based computer, or perhaps ARM instructions if it’s going to run on an iPhone / Android device.The computer does not understand C at all. Not without another program to either translate (compile) or interpret it. Same goes for the programs written to run on top of the OS. They also need to be translated or interpreted by some program in order to turn those source files into the actual “language of the computer”.So any other language can also be used (both for the OS itself or the programs meant to run on it). If that source file is translated into the binary instruction set, it is no longer in the language the programmer used. It doesn’t matter if the programmer used C, Pascal, C++, Lisp, Rust, Haskell, etc. etc. etc. Once it is compiled it is in the processor’s instruction set language. Alternatively the OS either includes an interpreter program or has it installed as an extra so it can translate from some other language on the fly as it runs a program. E.g. if the program is written in Java it then gets compiled to JVM bytecodes (effectively an imaginary processor’s language) and then an interpreter changes that into the actual processor’s language. Similar for some other languages like Python which can directly interpret from PY source files into the processor’s instruction set language. In all cases however, it can be done in either way, just that the programs used to translate may be more prevalent and/or available as compilers or interpreters, or as per Java some intermediate VM (Virtual Machine) and then interpreted.C (or any other programming language) isn’t there for the computer. It’s there so humans can create a program by not having to think in terms of those on/off signals which the computer uses. It used to be that humans programmed a computer by turning switches on/off directly in the patterns which actually mean something to the processor, but it’s extremely cumbersome and time consuming, not to mention prone to error. Thus over many decades things like assembly language and 3rd generation languages (of which C is just one) was invented to make human programmers• tasks easier.
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