Code Snaps for Lluis

Java code, JMN.

My Catalan grandson works for a company that makes flight simulator software. He’s experiencing the headaches of integrating C++ enhancements into decades-old legacy code written in Fortran. He complains of the lack of notes in the old code whereby programmers are supposed to document their thinking. I promised him I would share with him, as a memento, some of the code I wrote in Java to make interactive learning and practicing software for my high school Spanish classes. I took reasonable care to leave a trail of logic breadcrumbs in it.

I called my program LALO as an acronym for “LAnguage Learning Operation.” “Lalo” is also a HIspanic nickname I heard growing up. I didn’t realize until now that, according to the internet, it can stand for Eduardo, Eladio, Gerardo, Wenceslao, or Gonzalo!

Java code, JMN.
Java code, JMN.

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About JMN

I live in Texas and devote much of my time to easel painting on an amateur basis. I stream a lot of music, mostly jazz, throughout the day. I like to read and memorize poetry.
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2 Responses to Code Snaps for Lluis

  1. Jim, you are a man of many, many talents!! Sue

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