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    New Programming language

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    Is this not awesome?

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    At last! The perfect language.
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    Heheh, I like the "O NOES" part.
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    what can i say........lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prelude View Post
    Heheh, I like the "O NOES" part.
    me too, I actually think that's a nice construct for file I/O. It forces error checking by making the I/O statement a conditional.

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    i love the kthnxbye!

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    No thanks, I can't belive anyone would waste their time (and money) on a language like that. I'm sticking with classic C(++).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queatrix View Post
    No thanks, I can't belive anyone would waste their time (and money) on a language like that. I'm sticking with classic C(++).
    if it can make /b/-tards useful, I'm for it.

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    I agree with Queatrix.

    I guess it is a "fun" language ... but really ... Why bother? Still amusing though.

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    Why bother? Cuz of the lolz!!11

    These are fun languages, like Ook is, too. They're not intended for actual use, and I doubt anyone is wasting money on them (beyond keeping up the website.)
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    I just love the whole idea that cats have this silly dialect yet they take themselves seriously.

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