At this point we run the risk of leading your mind in the sequential and orderly way of making algorithms that has given us so many good results for decades and that has been the cornerstone of the teaching of Programming. But what happens? Well, that way of thinking that in practice translates into writing instructions in one of the majority of programming languages like C can take us away from how the human brain really deals with the task of solving problems in general, not just in Programming.

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