a few quotes related to programming languages

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvariantLoop
    ...and keep only those that fit perfectly.
    I don't think any of them fit perfectly, actually... all of them have to be stretched, and some of them have to be cut apart, have things added and/or taken out, and be sewn back together in a completely different shape to have any reference to programming...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvoigt
    Thats probably because you use inferior tools like C/C++. Real men use Shakespeare !

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     Recall your unhappy childhood. Speak your mind!
    
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     You are as vile as the sum of yourself and a toad! Are you better
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     If so, let us return to scene III.
    
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    my fav proggrammer quote (or just plain nerd) is
    "there are 10 types of people in the world, those who know binary, and those who don't"

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    That's not a programmer's quote, that's a math quote.

    Here's a cool quote:
    "You are a poopyface"
    - frenchfry164 aka bludstayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by bludstayne
    Here's a cool quote:
    "You are a poopyface"
    - frenchfry164 aka bludstayne

    For an eight year old, probably.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bludstayne
    That's not a programmer's quote, that's a math quote.
    but most peopleworking with binary are most probably working on computers. exception being this : http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/watches/594f/

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    Code:
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         while (1)
             myStack.pop( );
         unhappy_childhood ( );
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    where can i catch the genius virus, DavidP ?
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