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    Lightbulb pascal

    Whats the differance in these programs?

    Program A: t := a[i]; a[i] := a[j]; a[j] := t; t := 0;
    Program B: a[i] := a[i]-a[j]; a[j] := a[i]+a[j]; a[i] := a[j]-a[i]; t := 0;

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    syntax
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    Wow Thanx So Much

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    Also, in the first example, t, a[i], and a[j] are all equal to 0.
    In the second one, t = 0, but a[i] and a[j] can not be determined.
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    I think Instead Of Myself Trying To Learn Python, c++, Pascal,and Perl All AT The same
    Time (And Cheating When Im perplexed)Thanks AGAIN I Think Myself Will Stick
    To Just One So I quit Getting Confused

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    Python is probably the easist. I would probably start with c++ though. Don't even worry about Pascal. It is a lot like c++ in many ways, but pretty much a dead language.
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