Based on how we think about rules, we can roughly divide ourselves into 4 categories: Upholders, Questioners, Rebels, and Obligers. Self-awareness being a good thing, I thought I’d share and think about how these types effect our ability to get shit done.
ExperTelligence introduced IB in 1986. We took it up to neXt to show Steve Jobs – the rest is history. In 1988, Denison Bollay built a much more dynamic interface tool, in which the interface was fully modifiable as the program was running.
This example extracts the text contents of a PDF for use in other systems. This demonstrates some basic differences from Java: multi-line strings (hooray!), imports, primitive arrays, and what implementing an interface looks like.
If you used the Perrin condition to test whether numbers less than a billion are prime, you would correctly identify all 50,847,534 primes as primes. But out of the 949,152,466 composite numbers, you would falsely report 17 of these as prime.
For this, we set up an experiment, which is very simple: Money has been stolen! We know that there are suspects, but we do not know who did it. The students have to build a Polygraph (Lie Detector) and have to test who is guilty or not.