doc-helmut wrote:What benefit do you have (or get) if you write programs which you neither be able to test by yourself nor be able to use them if they finally have been successfully debugged?
ahh, yes. this brings back sweet memories of lemonade stands and digging through park garbage cans (looking for soda cans I could sell for aluminum). wowser, I forgot how hard I worked for that 250USD!nxtreme wrote:I highly suggest finding some way making money, even if it does take a while. I worked one and a half years for my Mindstorms 1.0 set, that works out to about 55 cents US a day, including S&H in the States and taxes. I'm sure you could easily make more than that somehow.
doc-helmut wrote:stryker, good news: I think you found one to join you (helumpago)!
helumpago wrote:If I were Stryker, I'd start out by learning one of the MS visual studio languages until I have enough $$ to get an NXT !
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