My Camp Experience so Far
My Camp Experience So Far
My camp experience so far has been wonderful and challenging. It was wonderful because it was only yesterday that I discovered that a code can work correctly in a particular compiler and the same program not working correctly in another compiler. Meaning that codes are compiler dependent which I would not want to believe until when proved.
Also, it was that same yesterday that I wrote a code to find the maximum and minimum value of a given array. The code goes thus:
Anytime I try running the code, it is returning the minimum value of the array as the minimum but returning the second largest value of the array as the maximum.
I tried reviewing the code to see the where the problem lies but to no avail until I use another logic to solve the problem. It was really wonderful yesterday.
It was also challenging yesterday to push my Object Oriented Programming Laboratory Exercise into GitHub. I have been trying to push it into GitHub around some minutes after two which I could not do until around 5 p.m the submission deadline which ordinarily should not take more than 10 minutes to do. Although, I have reported the issue to my BFA in which he tried to give me some hints on how to resolve the issue and while trying that, I successfully push it into GitHub using the same method I have been trying since I started to try pushing.
In conclusion, my experience in camp so far has been challenging and wonderful.