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    There’s another way

    To this day, I remember my first computer/typing class lesson in middle school. There’s three ways to do everything (on the computer), she said and proved her statement. While I already used a computer (clumsily), the concept of multiple ways intentionally built-in computers to complete one action was baffling. Why do we need more than one way? If one way is correct, and it does the job, then why do we need to learn the other ways? And if there’s more than one way to do something on the computer, maybe — there’s more than one way to do things in “the real world.” This idea has stuck with me. While…

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