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    (Original post by 99_Problems)
    What A Levels are you going to take? What's your favourite programming language?
    Sorry there, didn't see your post for some reason. I'll respond now.
    I am taking the following A-Levels all the way to A2 hopefully:
    Mathematics
    Further Mathematics
    Physics
    Computer Science

    Favourite language I would say is C#. It's the one I have started with and make a lot of my crap with it. C++ is also very useful in some ways as well (been looking into making cheats for video games which is why C++ is useful) and I should look into QT at some point.

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    Why exactly do you say that?

    And its really good that you don't get offended, I like people like you, people who just don't give a f***. Keep it up.
    I honestly just don't care. Offensive is taken, not given and I usually do not like taking offense since it is stupid to me.
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    (Original post by CharlesJH)
    Sorry there, didn't see your post for some reason. I'll respond now.
    I am taking the following A-Levels all the way to A2 hopefully:
    Mathematics
    Further Mathematics
    Physics
    Computer Science

    Favourite language I would say is C#. It's the one I have started with and make a lot of my crap with it. C++ is also very useful in some ways as well (been looking into making cheats for video games which is why C++ is useful) and I should look into QT at some point.


    I honestly just don't care. Offensive is taken, not given and I usually do not like taking offense since it is stupid to me.
    Okay, cool, btw you're doing the same A Levels as me apart from the fact that I'm doing Computing not Computer Science.

    Good Luck
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    Okay, cool, btw you're doing the same A Levels as me apart from the fact that I'm doing Computing not Computer Science.

    Good Luck
    Computing, computer science same thing depending on what exam board I get. If its AQA, it's Computer Science and if it's OCR it will be Computing.
    I hate the OCR Computing A-Level spec., so I want to avoid that like the plague quite frankly.



    I'm going to sleep, I'm wasting my time on thestudentroom.co.uk at nearly 1 in the morning, what a retard I am.
    Post any other questions in this thread if you want and I'll answer them in the morning perhaps if I have time.
    Au revoir.
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    (Original post by CharlesJH)
    Computing, computer science same thing depending on what exam board I get. If its AQA, it's Computer Science and if it's OCR it will be Computing.
    I hate the OCR Computing A-Level spec., so I want to avoid that like the plague quite frankly.



    I'm going to sleep, I'm wasting my time on thestudentroom.co.uk at nearly 1 in the morning, what a retard I am.
    Post any other questions in this thread if you want and I'll answer them in the morning perhaps if I have time.
    Au revoir.
    haha, Good Night.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Commented in the classic autistic way

    (I have aspergers so I can say that)
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    (Original post by CharlesJH)
    Not really. That is on my inevitable to-do list. I exercise and all so I am not a complete slob (ie walking, ice skating time to time), but I don't hit the gym or anything. It is good advice that I need to do at some point.
    Also congrats on 10A*s, that's pretty impressive. Why do you think you have mental capabilities like a snail though? Again, grades do not prove a person's intelligence at all, but I'm just curious.
    Good luck with the gym, lifting weights and learning about nutrition will help you a lot and is a rewarding activity you can pursue alone.

    I was exaggerating about being slow because I tended to struggle to pick up information quickly during lessons and teachers probably thought I'd flop my exams.
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    (Original post by dairychocolate)
    Good luck with the gym, lifting weights and learning about nutrition will help you a lot and is a rewarding activity you can pursue alone.

    I was exaggerating about being slow because I tended to struggle to pick up information quickly during lessons and teachers probably thought I'd flop my exams.
    I get what you mean dude, and thanks. Hopefully I'm not lazy and I actually do it.
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    (Original post by CharlesJH)
    Sadly this is serious mainly.
    Just made this though for shits and giggles and because I am bored.
    I'm not going to go into paragraphs of detail but tl;dr it isn't too bad having no/little friends. Has its pros and cons.
    I do not have a job at the moment since I'm still a student (GCSE moving to A-Level), but I have done freelance work before as a programmer.
    Thanks for the answer. Good luck with everything.

    Im sure you'll be fine in the long run.
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    having mad programing skilz will enable you to pick up work easily.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    having mad programing skilz will enable you to pick up work easily.
    skillz that killz
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    Do you notice yourself being different to your friends in what you do or say?
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    (Original post by Goldy69)
    Do you notice yourself being different to your friends in what you do or say?
    I suppose so, most the time I'm akward as hell both physically and within speaking so yeah, I guess so. But other than that not really.
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    (Original post by CharlesJH)
    I suppose so, most the time I'm akward as hell both physically and within speaking so yeah, I guess so. But other than that not really.
    Do you feel disadvantaged as a human?
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    (Original post by Goldy69)
    Do you feel disadvantaged as a human?
    I view myself in a negative aspect all of the time so I could say yes. I'm terrible at making friends in general so yes also.
    There are other advantages perhaps however as well in some cases.
 
 
 
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