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It's been a while...
INTP forum's style changed quite a lot.
When did this happen?
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I guess I've identified (one of) my problem(s):
After how much time should one give up on something?
I have some time & choice issues... (well this's vague...)
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Wait no, this isn't spam. Don't move it to the spam folder (if there is one) yet.
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A couple of (possibly nonsensical) questions:
- In python, is there anyway to group lines of code into folders?
For example, if you have 10 "for x in range (1,100)"s, is there some way to indent them inside something without changing the functionality of the program?
- Can someone post multiple introductions in the Intro thread?
- Is there a good Asymptote tutorial type of thing (and link please, if so)?
- Is there some way to "up" perseverance (and how)?
- How do I post things without thinking and rereading them 20 minutes or so...?
+ This has been bothering me... What are those green smilies (called)? I've seen them on the forums I'm on (which well, is 2, but still). Google isn't giving satisfactory results
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Here goes...
 
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INTP forum's style changed quite a lot.
When did this happen?
Literally this week, see this thread.

- Can someone post multiple introductions in the Intro thread?
The question is not whether you can, but whether you should...

- Is there some way to "up" perseverance (and how)?
Drugs?

- How do I post things without thinking and rereading them 20 minutes or so...?
Stop caring about what people think. This can also be achieved with drugs.
 

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Re: perseverance:

It's more about the saying "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"
That ofc means you have to fail to see what you can correct next time and prevent it from happening again. It's very sophisticated.
But we can't always prevent everything, so the next best thing is to recover by viewing said setback as an "experiment"
You need tools in your toolbox in order to figure out what will help you through a rough time. Simply paying attention to what works (and remembering it) is a great way to overcome obstacles so that those behaviors can be repeated.
 
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