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Programming

Post 1

Steve K.

After a few pathetic afforts at programming, I came to believe in the guideline, "Programmer's Program, Users Use." One of the big problems for me was anticipating unexpected situations, like bogus input. It might have been better if my compiler had the DWIM command (Do What I Mean) or the next generation DWIMC (Do What I Mean, Correctly). smiley - magic


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Post 2

Researcher PSG

I'd like one of those, unless it is made by microsoft, because it would be more of a DABGMACR(Do As Bill Gates Means And Crash Regularly)

smiley - smiley

Researcher PSG


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Post 3

Steve K.

I'm pretty sure my compiler had that one. smiley - yikes


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Post 4

Calculator Nerd 256

Using VC++, eh?
smiley - geek>8^B


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Post 5

Steve K.

No, not VC++. My programming efforts were a long time ago, using something from Borland, I think. I selected Borland for all the right reasons, i.e. Philippe Kahn plays sax. smiley - musicalnote


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