Back to work on that <insert feature>, oh wait, I already finished it!!

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    mov.w #$1337,D0 Jeremy G's Avatar
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    Back to work on that <insert feature>, oh wait, I already finished it!!

    Lol, Have you ever been working on a feature in your program thats been given you a tough time. So you've been spending a couple days working on it. Then one time you run your IDE, open the work space thinking you are really gonna buckle down and finish the feature up when you realize you already finished it!!

    I've been working on a menu system for a game I'm making and I was having some problems with it. I loaded up MSVC and was about to get working on it, first thing I do is a compile to get a list of errors and start working. Of course instead of a streaming list of errors I get a clean compile, and a running application that works just right. Then I remembered I finnished it two hours ago, and started watching the movie that just ended.

    Funny stuff.
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    nope, though i wish it would


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    Ha...I did that at work just last week. The boss asked for a piece of code, and I was all in a panic, but then I loaded it up and found I'd finished it a couple of months ago.
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    I may have done that.

    I don't remember.

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    I had that happen once... it was for a console-based game I was writing... but then I didn't remember how I coded the interface, so I ended up going through it again anyway...
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