Freedman's law


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Freedman's law

"Every year, more novices are programming," coined by Alan Freedman, author of this encyclopedia. The job of programming is very misunderstood, because it is actually easier to write a program than most people would think. However, the lack of experience causes programmers to create a maze that cannot easily be traversed later. For more details, see programmer. See also user interface and laws.
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