In a few years when I'm a senior developer I'll come back here and let you guys know if a question like this really matters if you're not some sort of quantum physicist. Meanwhile I'll choose to ignore trying to understand it and copy and paste someone's answer. I think I could understand it if I dug into it but that means potentially wasting valuable hours of my precious life lol. Having said that, if anyone disagrees (senior developers), let me know if I need to know this and I'll try to actually know what's going on. Or if anyone would be kind enough to explain, I'd appreciate it :-) Moving on!
Choosing to ignore it
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29 May 2020, 04:38
Type conversion is not a novel concept in programming. While it is complicated today, and trust me its not easy to wrap your head around, your future code will be so riddled with bugs if you dont have a mediocre grasp of this that you'll never find work as a programmer.
28 May 2020, 04:00
good choice I guess.
Erik Kristofer Anderson
19 April 2020, 13:08
I'm also not a fan of these exercises. My approach is to look at someone's answer, then try to understand why it works. Also, I've studied quantum physics and this never came up. Although things like this might be relevant in computational (ie computer simulations) quantum physics.