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I like studying the art of ‘cryptography’ every now and then; for me, it’s just a fun way of getting to pass time.

Other people like to practice doing such things as Crosswords/Sudoku/-etc.; but, me, I like to practice inventing ‘secret codes’. LOL


I also like the challenge of trying to go create a computer program which can be used to both encode/decode extremely fast. For example, it would take me minutes and minutes to both encode/decode text messages; but, a computer program can do all that in merely just one single second!

Compared to say a spoken human language such as English; in which there are many words; for instance, an English dictionary might consist of 10/20/30/40,000 words! On the other hand, a computer programming language might tend to consist of only 10/100/500 words; so, computer languages are therefore much smaller; thus, making them far quicker and easier to learn than is learning to speak a spoken language entirely fluently; though, of course, you will still need to go put in some time and effort.

If I’m honest, there are so many computer programming language codes to have to recall…??? That I find if I don’t practice creating programs for a while; then, I’ve completely forgotten everything?! So, this is also a very good way of getting in some regular computer programming practice.

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NAME: Paul Ramnora
AGE: 49
LOCATION: UK/London (born/brought up/living)
INTERESTS: General Art(s), General Computing/Programming, General Education/-etc.
LEARNING DISABLITIES: ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder, AS/Aspergers Syndrome
NOTE: I’m mostly a self-taught artist. I like all arts: drawing/painting/sculpting/origami/writing/-etc.

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  • Alison Johnson
    Alison Johnsonalmost 4 years ago

    hey I read in the sunday paper that computer coding is the new way for art in the future, you should give it some thought you will be dead on trend : )

  • Actually, I think about doing that all the time; in fact, for years I thought about creating a computer program that would create art; such as people/faces/even, full body nudes. It would be GREAT; because a computer can work really fast; and, just output the whole entire thing in just merely 1 single second. The difficulty though is in constructing the initial computer program itself; now, that takes both plenty of thought and time. Unfortunately, I tend to get really very lazy! I think, it’s a little bit more complicated that that, though; I got ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder; that’s why I prefer to work really quickly. Anything that takes me more than 1/2 an hour long; and, then, I’m off like a shot! One day, I will succeed in producing it, I swear… ;-)

    – paulramnora

  • Alison Johnson
    Alison Johnsonalmost 4 years ago

    I have an idea, print out codes and collage it to make faces and do it in stages while the attention lasts, just pull it out when you are in the mood and leave alone when you are not, what do you think?

  • Sounds GREAT! ;-) Thanks very much for helping me to come up with some ‘new’ ideas as to what it is possible for a computer program to do; of course, they can do almost anything one could ever possibly even think of; that is, providing the programmer is smart enough to know exactly how to write the darn thing, in the first place?! LOL

    – paulramnora

  • Oh no, I just encountered a bug in the last computer program I wrote; going to have to re-write/re-upload, all over again!

    I always find it really hard to get these things to work correctly first time; it usually demands lots of adjustments/and, fine tuning here and there. In many ways, I find this similar to trying to create drawings/paintings; that’s why for me, personally, these two things are NOT whole entire worlds apart; but, instead, are actually really very close to one another; after all, it’s the same thing, invention being based on creative thinking.

    – paulramnora

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