That's like getting kidnapped and told to write a full game and if the first time you run it you encounter a bug, you will be killed. What I mean is you can spend entire life trying to figure out if it will work and in the end it will still not work. You can only tell after actually running it.
Hahahaha this made me literally laugh out loud. I do worry about problems that don't exist. I never thought about that though until you guys pointed that out. This is brilliant advice. I spend loads of time planning and less time coding. I have started projects, coded them 90%, then decided, "I can do it better" then I start them over. This is my 5th restart on the projects code. However I can say it has improved each time.
Thank you for pointing this out to me. It makes a world of difference thinking about it now.
I should prolly hush up and get to coding!
Thank you guys for your awesome experience and wisdom (and a good laugh)!