Thinking About LogiX
Learning to program from scratch can be daunting, and even those with prior experience often have trouble when first picking up LogiX.
This article aims to teach you how to think about LogiX, and how to turn your ideas into working systems.
This article is not a general-purpose LogiX reference. For that, see LogiX Overview.
A computer program takes in information, does work with that information, and outputs its results.
Thus, when writing a program (in any language), you have a few issues to think about:
- What information does my program use, and how will I get that information?
- What will I do with that information?
- How will I use the results of my work?
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