While programming, I usually come up with some idea of something I want to write, then I write the logical part of the program as far as I need to. Then I usually quit and move onto the next project. Unfortunately, this means that I have a ton of programs that, for instance, have all the algorithmic logic, but no user interface, or only a prompt based interface. Or they’ve been written with certain things hard-coded into them, but no way for someone to modify those things after the program is compiled. Or, I just finish the easy part and let the rest lapse. A very good example of this is the DeLorme GPS Log exporter that I wrote. It’s probably the closest thing to a complete program that I’ve written in a long time. Unfortunately, it exports but doesn’t re-import. And all it would take is me figuring out how to reverse one stupid algorithm, then write some error correction routines. I should try to work on that sometime over the weekend… 7 years ago
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