Ugh. So I wrote my paper and I think it's terrible and it's a little on the short side and so that sucks.
But the good news is, I wrote my program. And it works. That's thrilling.
The extended crappy news, though, happens to be that I still have Calculus. I did, however, manage to get half the points on one of those assignments. So. There's that.
I still have eight classes and four exams before the semester's over [which, by extension, means ridiculous amounts of being bored and studying, but not really studying, because I don't really know how to...]. Not that I'm counting or anything.
Today. Pretty much nothing happened. Um. I actually liked my English class. A little bit. Calculus was amusing, but it's always amusing. I don't really feel like I'm learning whatever I'm supposed to be learning just at the moment, but, y'know, there you go. And, surprisingly, ECE went by a lot quicker than expected. So. Woo.
Um. I got back my test grades for Physics and Calculus. Y'know. I got a B on the first and an A on the next. Although, disappointingly, I was stupid and totally could've gotten another point on my Calc test. I didn't add a +C onto the end of a solution to an integral. Bah. I promise I remember that more often when I'm actually working with integrals and not series. And my other mistake was stupid, too. I mean, really, who doesn't carry a negative through parenthesis? Although, nothing can get much worse than that one test where I said that if you square a negative number you still get a negative number. Geeze.
Anyway. After my classes, I watched CSI:NY. And while I was doing that I wrote my program, which I was extremely frustrated with [because it kept giving me stars, and I didn't want stars because there weren't supposed to be stars, and really it was just because I was dumb and didn't check whether there were supposed to be stars or not...], but I figured it out in the end. My computer also started lagging while I was working on that. And my freaking Simulator still really sucks, because it still loves to randomly close whenever it feels like it.
I have to say, the best messed up run through of my program, was definitely the fact that it output 'abcd' when I wanted it to output '1234'. I mean, really?
It's disappointing when you look at your e-mail just to find junk mail. Just a fact, y'know.
One day, I should probably just start writing, so that I don't have to think of how every possible character and scenario doesn't seem likely and would ultimately be awkward and blah blah blah.