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[07:10 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- fortunately this isn't so much hard as it is just time-consuming :P Though lots of logic-intensive bits are what get hard (jumps all over the place, in and out of sections)
[07:09 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I always do the easy stuff first, then think like "The rest of this is hard. I'm bored. I'm going to do something else now."
[07:05 am]
Devourer -- Why did i write that
[07:04 am]
Devourer -- Biggest motivation in the end is to see that it actually gains shape
[07:03 am]
Devourer -- That's it for me at least :<
[07:03 am]
Devourer -- Starting something is the most difficult. Once started, you are very motivated. In between, there is something like a midlife-crisis: you dont want to continue. Like you dont have the same motivation, that is. Later you are motivated to finally finish it and just be proud of it.
[07:03 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- And as I get tired, I can work on unitIsGoliath, or nullUpdate (which does have arguments, I just don't know them and it ignores them)
[07:02 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Starting on the huge functions first is actually a really good plan. :P I've recently started this, so my willingness to put forth the effort is higher
[07:02 am]
Devourer -- At least when stuff is flowing
[07:01 am]
Devourer -- Programing is like that. When you started, it is difficult to just stop.
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