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how early can one start writing a program

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Anyone can write a very basic program with very basic knowledge.
As early as your brain starts to develop. I've heard that there are kids programming (they were like, 6 or something) and as long as you're taught how to do it, you can do it.
You are writing programs as soon as you pop out of your mother. You just don't realize it then.

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as soon as you learn a programming language...
In my opinion, when one develops his/her mind for logical thinking.
Don't think of that,first you understant deeply about programming.make a good basement on programming,otherwise it will collapse
no age limit..have the passion
When one opens its mind to opportunities

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