Fundamental theorem of programming after the first line of code is written, the rest of it will eventually follow regardless of time taken or the programming language used…
- There is a purpose of the program (Most of the time there is, as every program is written on purpose).
- The keyboard is not faulty.
- The IDE is crash proof.
- The first line of code is not a comment.
- The programming language used is not in Alpha or Beta stage.
- The build and run environment has enough resources (much more than estimated).
- Libraries and APIs used is in very good state, usable.
- The programmer doesn’t have any pet.
- The programmer is persistent.
There is not sturdy proof yet, thus it can be called as a conjecture. But I like ‘Theorem’ better, so I used theorem. If anyone has a proof idea, do ping me. 😉