I am eager to start learning coding, specifically in C#, but I have some doubts about transitioning from GH into it.
When working in GH, you have clusters and components that work also like clusters. In coding you have to write and come up with everything everytime? To divide a curve for example, I believe the Gh component makes speheres on every point and the intersection is the division point… but in Gh you just need to type “divide curve”.
How do you visualize the process in coding? And where do you do it? visual studio is the most common IDE, but can it draw a curve like Rhino + Gh?
Sometimes lofts dont work ok because of curve orientation, etc. How you do check for this in code? In GH you could simply visualize the loft and see it was no right.
I think these are the questions that come to mind when trying to transition from Gh into coding. Hopefully someone can give me some insight.
Thanks in advance,