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Today's share is on how to solve code problems. It introduces Feynman's Law to debug, which was originally used by physicist Feynman to solve complex problems in three steps: 1.
- Write down the problem
- Think real hard
- Write down the solution
The biggest advantage of writing the problem down is that it can anchor our thinking on the bug. Because a bug may often involve many other problems. Like last week's Weekly Book Club, which introduced the book Innovation Stack, the idea is that many times to solve a problem that no one else has solved, it may take a bunch of innovative approaches, rather than one innovative approach. This also solves a bunch of problems together. In fact, writing code is often like this, when we encounter a bug that needs to be solved, it often leads to a bunch of bugs, so we need to solve them all together in order to solve the initial bug.
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