Solve For A Sandwich

Week 1: The Web Development Process Lecture · Lesson 4 · 3 minutes


In this lesson, we cover an example of how programming works in the real world. Spoiler: it involves hunger and peanut butter.

Every day you solve problems. Programming isn't much different. Programming is a set of instructions used to solve a problem. You can carry it out yourself by making a PB&J sandwich to solve your problem of being hungry. Computers use programming to solve the problem of, among other things, finding cute pandas on the internet. The principle is the same. It is how we move, step by step, to the solution that's different. 

So finish up this step, and keep going! 

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