Wednesday 31 March 2004

Presentation - 2

So how come the same definition of 'good handwriting' doesn't extend to the computer lab as well? Here's an example :-

/* Start

enter the no5
the square is25


Enter a number :- 5

The square of 5 is 25.

Stop */

Now, obviously, the second program's output looks better. So why does the person who wrote the first program get the same marks as the guy who wrote the second? Why not give more marks because it 'looks nicer'? Never happened to me even once. Even though my programs usually 'look nicer', and my VB forms are all aligned properly.

Knock knock. Hello. Computer teachers. How about trying to acquire some 'computer' aesthetics?

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