fastest, most effective way to learn C for a class that I'll never use again?
To literally what? No one codes their own anything and ever idiot who takes cs wants to make another Facebook. Literally worthless knowledge unless you plan on developing something
Depends on what the class requirements and goals are. Cheating is the best option but programming isba skillset that will be applicable in every day life for the rest of your life. Basic problem solving. Planning and execution skills. Algorithm development. Structure, uniformity, etc...
Just learn it.
Me here to give you an analogy before you sperg out because somebody told you what you didn't want to hear.
For the same reasons karate helps with every day life, programming does too.
Karate helps you use proper biomechanics with everything you do. To lift heavy weight properly, walk and stand better, to use reciprocal motion when needed, how to remain stable in unstable conditions and how to conserve energy, use energy wireless, avoid situation escalation and remain safe.
Programming does a lot on the mental side like problem solving, algorithm development, structure, basic mental exercise, math skills, and much more. It can help you solve problems that other programs or people can't do for you. It can give you an edge for a future where people are pushing technology adeptness and programming on everybody and can help you to be self sufficient when it comes to technology and computers in itself. Like for instance: not posting on a Mongolian cave painting and theatre website about how to cheat in university.
6'3" with goju ryu experience, aikido, hapkido, judo, jujutsu, currently taking Brazilian jiujitsu and 'MMA' classes(glorified boxing + karate + judo).
How is it only having a Karate 4 Kids™ chain studio in your town? Underground dojo masterrace
I agree anon karate helps you in your day to day life, just like how art can make you a better person by making you more empathic and give you a better appreciation of natures beauty.
And like how studying music can improve your mood and make you a happier person, just like how mastering underwater basket weaving teaches you concentration, a valuable life skill.
If only there was a degree that let you study all of these things that clearly improve your life and make you a better person instead of ridged degrees like all of the STEM fields.
>you meet any cute girls at community college today jeremy or were you to busy doing spinning dragon ninja kicks in your room or whatever?
I'm not him, loser, but I've done savate and actual boxing. I lack his self restraint and would batter you on sight.
>I physically assault people who don't like the same things I like
How long have you been out or prison Jamal ?
>Called him a Manlet
>Oh no he posted his height better call him out again
>Calls karate a meme
>Martial Arts enthusiast replies with a list of the arts he studies
>Oh no he listed 6 out of hundreds of styles and variations. Better call him out on it.
Kek. Is like to call you a typically fa/g/got but the rest of /g/ is better than you.
Nice projecting, though.
>karate isn't a meme
not even that guy but are you sure
>Is like to call you a typically fa/g/got but the rest of /g/ is better than you.
Is this even english or are you to busy fellating your mcdojo instructor right now as he tells you how fantastic your dragon mongoose form is
Sure, karate is a meme. But karate just means empty hands. I don't study karate. I study goju ryu. Which utilizes both empty hand hard strikes, soft locks, takedowns, and weapon fighting.
Literally only mistake in the sentence. I can see you're now grasping at straws.
>computer science is about programming
That's like saying rocket science is about fire.
You know nothing about martial arts or exercising though. You're just bashing people on a Mongolian imageboard because you're disappointed with yourself for whatever reason.
Hey, thanks. I try.
I never claimed to be a master. I'm an enthusiast that practices for the thrill, the education and the peace it brings.
I practiced aikido. For the fluidity and momentum redirection concepts, not because the martial art itself is sound or applicable by itself, because it's not. No art is. That's why I study many.
>That's why I study many.
So you're literally garbage at every mememartial art you practice, so you pick up new ones to be bad at constantly. got it.
thanks nerd. can tell that one hit home.
>karate isn't a martial art either then because all it is, is stolen ninja techniques.
Krav maga literally defines itself as a compilation of martial arts, loser.
>a self-defense system developed for the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) that consists of a wide combination of techniques sourced from aikido, judo, boxing and wrestling, along with realistic fight training
Whatever helps you sleep.
That's subjective. The styles don't interest me and it all comes down to the practitioner.
Ninjutsu never really existed. Karate comes almost directly from china from one of hundreds of styles of kung fu. Ninjas avoided fighting at all costs and focused primarily on assassination. Preferably in the form of infiltration and poisoning of food.
>Ninjutsu never really existed. Karate comes almost directly from china from one of hundreds of styles of kung fu.
Haha wow shows what you know. What a fucking retard. I bet you don't even know the ultimate killing move in shotacon karate.