Jun 02, 2021 17:00 Article blog
Yesterday W3Cschool published an article entitled "Tencent programmers write 300 million lines of code a year No wonder QQ is getting slower and slower" (like friends can click on the upper right corner to subscribe to us), which caused heated discussion among netizens. In the evening W3Cschool went back to look at the comments and found that some people thought that The Chinese Software Had No Talent, Just PorterS.
These views refresh the three views of W3Cschool, in W3Cschool's mind, programmers are a group of world-changing cattle forced existence, is not the Chinese programmers do not produce code, just code porters?
Uniquely, on a website, the editor-in-chief saw a post. T he post says, "Now a lot of programmers write code is copy and paste?", in a project, many programmers' code, 10% is written by themselves, 80% is copied glued, and the remaining 10% is used to modify the glued code. Here's a screenshot of this post:
About the poster's question, the following many netizens follow the post. S ome netizens feel that if even copy sticking such a confidential thing to know, count as a woolly layman, has been very insider good! Others think that the IT industry is still not mature, resulting in the same thing over and over again to do, programmers will be easy to copy stickers.
Not only that, but some people even ask, "Can't write code, just copy and paste, can you be a programmer?" S uch a low level of a problem, but there are many agreeable. S ome people say that in the Tian Dynasty, copy and paste is the most basic, plus will modify the words, can basically solve the problem of food and clothing. Others feel that programmers will become more and more sharp, more and more lazy, more and more do not want to write code, so like copy and paste.
Seeing here, W3Cschool looked forced. A ccording to some netizens, programmers can be, as long as they copy stickers. S o why do you want so many colleges and universities that study computers? Then anyone can be the father of computers, even the mother of computers.
In fact, from the point of view of W3Cschool, for new programmers, experience is very small, appropriate copy and paste other people's code, and then modify, so that the code can function properly, which is also a very normal thing. B ut as experience improves, copying and pasting code turns into writing your own. In addition, programmers are also divided into realms, if encountering a technical application of their own will not be the need, it is certainly to go online to find the corresponding code examples.
However, to be a better programmer, don't copy someone else's code all the time. N o one becomes a great writer just because of reading, you have to write it yourself. I t's like writing code, copying and pasting someone else's code, and never improving your level. To make real progress, don't just copy someone else's code, but knock it out one by one.
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