No, this isn’t my first post, as experienced programmers might expect.
When learning a new language, many programmers write a simple little program typically known as “Hello, World!” It shows how the program needs to be formatted, the structure it needs, and it uses an output process. Typically it is also very easy, so neophyte programmers feel like they’ve accomplished something when they’ve completed their first program.
After “Hello, World!”, programmers then begin tacking tougher stuff like writing the squares of numbers from 1 to 100, or rolling dice 1000 times, or other similar, and simple, nonsense.
To help you get started on a life of programming and degeneracy, here is the Hello World Collection!