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Humour Time: Programming Puns

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Though not strictly puns, I tried to make them sort-of funny: – What are you doing on this bench with a bank slip and a marker? – Benchmarking our transactions. What’s “on” on Earth? The air conditional. What do communists and functional programmers have in common? They hate classes. “You shall not pass by reference”, said Gandalf to James Gosling. ...

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Weird Funny Java!

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Sometimes we can do really weird and funny things with Java; Some other times we are just being creative! Take a look at the following three examples and you will find out what I mean! Have Fun! Strine translator Translating to Strine ;)   public static void main(String... args) { System.out.println("Hello World"); } static { try { Field value = ...

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Funny Computer Programming Quotes

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I came across a collection of great computer programming quotes at devtopics which is hilarious. My top picks are as follows: “If Java had true garbage collection, most programs would delete themselves upon execution.” (Robert Sewell) “C++ : Where friends have access to your private members.” (Gavin Russell Baker) “If debugging is the process of removing bugs, then programming must be the process of putting ...

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Funny Source Code Comments

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I recently stumbled upon an awesome Stack Overflow thread, entitled “What is the best comment in source code you have ever encountered?”. As you might have guessed, it is a collection of funny source code comments, provided by developers all over the world. Take a look at it, it could definitely make your day. I am reposting here my personal ...

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