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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Libre Business for the Planet

From: Thomas HARDING
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Libre Business for the Planet
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2015 17:01:46 +0200
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On 17/04/2015 19:41, Logan Streondj wrote:

    Even mostly "translated", any of flavour of is not a native
    natural language but one more language to learn *completely*.

    "C" language needs for 20 hours lessons regarding a book title
    (I'm unsure it needs so short time to learn it). A little skills
    are needed for Python, while structures are really obvious in the
    last (indentation gives blocks), etc.

 #english 50%+ of people be  make fail simple program so common
 program form be  bad to learn for people from-source
 maybe SPEL form will-be more easy to learn.


What is pointed out here is : whatever language based or graphic based programming method used, half of people will fail to express "a fact" as "something formally expressed". A part of simply then express that's

It seems 15% of human beings can't write any meaningfull sentence too, whatever time and method spents
to learn (to write their own mother tongue).

I don't want to struggle against an effort to port a programming language to "any mother tongue", I simply says that's useless because most of who can do formal programming can use a programming language based on a lingua franca such as English. While using a lingua franca not totally avoids collaboration
problem between programers foreigners one to the other

best regards,

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