I haven’t proofread this, so feel free to laugh at the typos and Freudian slips:
Today was a tough day. First, the printer wasn’t working.
The first midterm I ever took was freshmen year at Princeton. It was Computer Science (COS). I’ll never forget it because I was supposed to write code that would perform a Tukey test, but at the end of the test my code wouldn’t even compile. In a ‘for’ loop, I had written ‘i = 0’ instead of ‘int i = 0.’ You see, when I think of human thinking, I picture Superman, able to fly across oceans in seconds. When I think of computer logic, I think it’s also capable of crossing oceans in seconds, but it needs clearly defined stepping stones, like ‘int.’