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My friend finished it though. He spent hours on the computer going east, west, down tunnels, bargaining with trees that talked, and many equally strange things. Eventually he found whatever it was he was supposed to be looking for and won the game. He succeeded and I did not. You are reading a book about learning to program. This shows that you too have chosen a challenging path. I have to admit that it’s not very likely that you’ll meet a fire-breathing dragon, a talkative tree, or a dwarf with a bucket fixation (all good metaphors break down eventually) but you’re certainly in for an interesting and challenging time.

A long time ago, when I was learning to program at university, the author of the book we used5 (a wise man called Doug Cooper) wrote in the preface that: Now, when I lecture I encourage any student who isn’t so confident to make a smart friend, and to stick by her side for the term. After all, that’s how I survived my own first programming class. When I write, I try to be that friend … I can’t think of any better final advice to give you now than that. That book got me through my first programming course too and I still use it now, even if it is a bit battered.

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