### Who am I?

Who am I? Am I really the same person a year ago? Are my perceptions changed about people? Don’t I look the world like other people use to see it? Who am I really? A student, a writer? I might. It’s kind of puzzling. Why I find my perceptions being changed for people whom I find very cool a year ago? Who am I when there is nobody to impress?

From my endless talk you might think, I am the most talkative person, or from my level of humor (which most of you don’t get) you might think my talks are very big. Or from my silence (those who don’t know me), you might think I am shy or the meanest or the coldest guy alive. I am none of those!!

Then who am I? Why am I even writing this? Am I writing this for me or for some other person, with hope, s/he will read this someday. Okay! I wrote for you and for me. I’m not writing this to exaggerate my feelings and I’m never been that sort of person. Am I really not seeing the forest for the trees?

## PS: Waiting for Feedback. Thankyou!!

1. you mentioned endless talks.I have been in touch with you for like a year. I never found you talkative.Are you really a talkative?

1. It's depends upon you how you think! Thank you for reading my Blog. :-)

2. "Who am I?" is the most intense question YOU as an individual face in your life. If you don't know who you are, then there is no point of your existence.

I am glad that you chose this topic to share your views.

3. Ppl become that person what he thinks about himself

### How to write PROLOG program for half adder?

In this problem, we are going to implement some logic (of course it is all about logic) that will run calculate the half adder sum and carry. We know has two inputs, and it will give sum and carry which looks like this: X            Y                 Sum                 Carry 0            0                  0                      0 0            1                  1                      0          1            0                  1                      0 1            1                  0                      1 So, to implement sum we need XOR gate and to implement Carry we need AND gate. Here is how we do it: xORGate(0,0,0). xORGate(0,0,0). xORGate(0,0,0). xORGate(0,0,0). aNDGate(0,0,0). aNDGate(0,0,0). aNDGate(0,0,0). aNDGate(0,0,0). halfadder(X,Y,S,C):-xORGate(X,Y,S), aNDGate(X,Y,C).  Now, you can run this code by giving the values of X and Y. like this: halfadder(1,1,S,C)   and the output will be S=0 C=1

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### How to generate Golden Ratio by programming?

Golden ratio has been a fascinating topic for last more than 2400 years despite it does not have reliable evidence. Golden ratio is seen in the circle of Sunflower "flower". We can get golden ratio when we divide a line into two parts, the ratio of dividing the large part with small part is equal to the whole length divided by the longer part. For a programmer it will be more fascinating to know how to code the golden ratio. The most easy way to do this is by using Fibonacci Series. We can use python code like this. s = 0 a = 1 b = 1 for x in range(9999): c = a + b a = b print (c/b)  #This is the golden ratio b = c Golden ratio occurs in nature in different forms. Some of the examples are: 1. Flower Petals 2. Seed Heads 3. Pine Cones 4. Shells 5. Spiral galaxies 6. Hurricanes 7. Fingers 8. Animal Bodies 9. DNA molecules Thank you! A blog by Saroj Bhattarai