Programming Haikus (post your own)

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    I would pronounce it de-ref-renced.

    Either way, I agree. Very nice.

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    I debated about whether it was "de-ref-renced" or "de-ref-er-enced", but went with the first, hence the "but"

    I guess if you have the need to speak it, you can choose the version you use based up on your pronunciation.
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    A political statement!
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    Why not the present?
    That's odd, because I was creating my own poem with "segmentation fault" in it . . .
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    Hideki realized
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    was a design flaw.


    well that's not programming... or is it?

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