Critical Program Reading (1975)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hdJQkn8rtA

Remember to say thank you to your curly braces.
Indeed.
It can still be 'simplified' as the go to isn't needed in the final version.
New year’s resolution: write at least one program with a variable named “BKOR”.


EDIT:
“So let’s just make them both less-than.”

wut? Changing program logic because you don’t yet fully understand it? Or the requirements that made it that way? LOL. nope.
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Normally I would agree, but it's a floating point comparison with equality and a 0.33 on one side of the operator. Unless the language uses decimal floats by default, it's not going to make any difference to change a <= to <.
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