Greeting well someone told me that mathamatics has disciplines that are great for programming and I should brush up on my math.While I find this infomation useful what exactly are disciplines from math that would aide me in programming?
math and java
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Re: math and java
Posted 13 July 2013  11:47 PM
That depends on what you are trying to do.
Discrete math in particular is basically a bunch of math focused on how a computer does math, kind of, so you could look at that. But what really matters is the math of what you are workingon.
Discrete math in particular is basically a bunch of math focused on how a computer does math, kind of, so you could look at that. But what really matters is the math of what you are workingon.
This post has been edited by ConciselyVerbose: 13 July 2013  11:49 PM
#3
Re: math and java
Posted 14 July 2013  11:26 AM
Moved to Software Development. There really isn't a Java question here.
Discrete math is a good starting point. It consists of topics like number theory, combinatorics and graph theory, discrete probability, logic, and set theory.
I also have a blog entry which math courses should I take.
Discrete math is a good starting point. It consists of topics like number theory, combinatorics and graph theory, discrete probability, logic, and set theory.
I also have a blog entry which math courses should I take.
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