Re: They probably preferred it they
They might, but I'm sure that ISIS have some standards about the quality of the vehicles they like to use
12 posts • joined 19 Apr 2011
More to the point the shaving foam I forgot in my hand luggage was replaced by buying a new one in the duty free shops. Whilst I was there I could have bought scissors, nail clippers, nail files and many other articles that people are told not to take on their flights....makes a joke of the whole process
Recently started helping out my local school by running a code club. Perhaps some of the commentors here might like to sign up themselves and teach kids how to code as they are always looking for more volunteers.
It starts off with scratch and moves into Python, which i must admit are not my core languages having grown up with a miriad of other languages.
For example last week I step out of scratch and taught flow charts so next week i can go from a flow chart back to scratch. The week after I'm going to go from flowcharts into a 'specification'. I know it is working in reverse in some senses, but i'm trying to build on things they know they can do in a fun environment and build a solid foundation so they can work out how to do things. Syntax is the language of programming, how you construct the sentence is more important.
That depends on where you are observing from.
Hard to explain it simply but i will try. Imagine a clock face with two circles one large and one small. One the small circle imagine Mercury at 9am and Earth at 11am on the outer circle. Of course the sun is in the middle. Now view all three from the perspecitve of 6am and you will see that Earth appears to be closer to the Sun.
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