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    Linguistic Engineer... doubleanti's Avatar
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    wouldn't it be funny if...

    the "Hello World" program had a bug that no one had figured out yet...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    [sarcastic kinda mean part]

    oh look at that... this guy must be a flippin' genius... let's all worship him and wonder about him he's oh so mysterious and uber coder...

    [a 'just kidding' recap]

    in recap: just kidding

    of course i could have jumped the gun in the first place and there could actually have been a bug that you know about for some strange reason... but given your handle, and thus my asumption if your age, thus generalization of your maturity... no dice...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    well are you going to enlighten us or what!
    Free the weed!! Class B to class C is not good enough!!
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    i'll try not to wipe my feet at your doorstep to enlightening us all... i won't dignify your comment with beggars change... i'll only say [insert stoned_coder's question oomp here]

    no offense intended... just a regular fence, open to the world on a bright day...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    And also guys stop maturing at 14 unless there gay or something
    You said that before - what the hell are you talking about?

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    ah!!! nevermind!!! geeze gamegod, you really know how to funkify (in a bad way) a post!!! [back to crying corner...] sheesh!!!
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    Well one bug could be that unless you are some super hacker and can connect to everybody's computer at once in the entire world, then your "Hello, World!" program is not really saying "Hello" to the world....hmmm...
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    none of those are bugs lol

    it will only close the console because it opened it....

    if the console is open when you run it the console wont close.

    dont have to use namespaces if you dont want to.

    what difference does the string make....

    it could say "bollocks to the world" and it would still work fine bug-free!
    Free the weed!! Class B to class C is not good enough!!
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    good one... but here's my rebuttal...

    1.) i learnt on DOS... so it was still on the screen...
    2.) the 'good bye' one isn't as funny as davidPs, but i give you oomph on the distribution o' paper pamphlets...
    3.) 'using' line isn't something people have in their hello world first words o' programming... furthermore it is not necessary for most things...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    IF you are a guy you no longer mature after the age of 14. If you do then you are gay or something. (nothing against gays)
    Gamegod, do you have any idea what you're talking about?

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    >Oh yeah threre are 2 bugs in the standard "hello world"<

    My version of "Hello World" works perfectly every time.

    It's the only program I can make that claim to.

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    we'd have to distribute the paper pamphlets.
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    Hey bugman, what's this?


    Code:
    cout>>"Goodby world";
    Your debugged code has bugs!!!!!

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    forgot to tell you, there's two in that line!!!!!

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    >>>IF you are a guy you no longer mature after the age of 14. If you do then you are gay or something. (nothing against gays)



    Ahhhh... the spectacular wisdom of a 15 year old! I am 27 and still maturing. Don't know what you are talking about. With years comes wisdom (in some form or another)... period.

    Besides that... medically guys are considered fully developed at 22-25. (give or take some). You will grow in one form or another untill that time. Around 16-17 you stop gaining height and start filling in. Around 22-25 you fill in quite a bit (bonewise... shoulderwise) and your face fills in.


    Still I know some grown men that are not mature.


    It is possible to have wisdom beyond your years, but you will never have wisdom beyond mine, as I do not have wisdom beyond most of my elders. (Does that bother you... it bothered me some at your age....)
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