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Speedway Pass
Aug 12, 2007
south florida
About damn time. With all the customer friendly programs that make it easier for the user to do what he wants, this was the next logical step. The question is, can it fix it's own mistakes?


New Contributor
Aug 16, 2007
Wow, that's pretty cool! Hopefully the code will turn out neat, non superfluous, and beautiful.


Aug 12, 2007
Hmm, so we go from machine language to assembly language to procedural programming and old operating systems to graphical user interfaces and object-oriented programming, and now software that writes its own code, very interesting. This, if it works out, should increase the productivity of businesses a lot.

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