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C++ in Cantonese is pronounced "C ga ga". Need I say more? (Mark Glewwe)
What I hate about your programming language is that it doesn't work like mine does.
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by Amsterdam Vallon (639622) on Thursday February 06, @12:23PM (#5241935)
OO experienced a Road To Damascus situation the moment objects first crossed her mind. From that moment on everything in her life became object oriented and the project never looked back. Or forwards.
Instead, it kept sending messages to itself asking it what direction it was facing in and would it mind having a look around and send me a message telling me what was there...
OO thinks in Smalltalk and talks to you in Eiffel or Modula-3; unfortunately she's filled the disk with the compilers for them and instead of getting any real work done she's busy writing papers on holes in the type systems and, like all OOs, is designing her own perfect language.
The most dangerous OOs are OODB hackers; they inevitably demand a powerful workstation with local disk onto which they'll put a couple of hundred megabytes of unstructured, incoherent pointers all of which point to the number 42; any attempt to read or write it usually results in the network being down for a week at least.
C++ writer, C++ writer.
Please sir or madam, will you play my game?
It took me years to write, doesn't have a name.
It's based on a game by Comrade Pazhitnov,
And I need a job,
So I want to be a C++ writer,
It's a little game about tetrominoes,
And the object is to remove the rows.
Right now, I'm working for the Daily Mail.
It's a steady job,
But I want to be a C++ writer,
C++ writer, C++ writer.
It's a thousand levels, give or take a few.
I'll be writing more in a week or two.
I could make it longer if you like the style.
I can change it 'round,
And I want to be a C++ writer,
If you really like it you can have the rights.
It could make a million for you overnight.
If you must return it you can send it here,
But I need a break,
And I want to be a C++ writer,
C++ writer, C++ writer.
C++ writer, C++ writer.
C++ writer, C++ writer.
C++ writer, C++ writer.
Todd's Humor Archive Microsoft C++ and Basic Philosophy (fwd)
Newsgroups: rec.humor.funny From: JDEMELLO@us.oracle.com (Jeff DeMello, Oracle Secure Systems) Subject: FUN: Microsoft C++ Date: Wed, 28 Jun 95 4:30:06 EDTThanks to Rick Wessman.... an actual bug report [ This is from a friend at Microsoft ] Bug # Status Title 5143 ACTIVE "Build done" signal makes no sound ---------- ACTIVE - 01/30/95 - MIKEBLAS -------------------- Visual C++ makes an audible signal when a build completes. When no developer is in the room, this signal doesn't make a sound. To reproduce: 1) Start a build. 2) Leave the room. 3) Note that the chime does not make a sound. We should find a way to make the build bell make a sound even if nobody is there to hear it. This philosophical issue may need program management's attention before being resolved. ---------- ASSIGNED to MATTHEWT - 01/30/95 - SCOTF --------- Can we use the telepathy support in Win95 to contact whomever is logged into the machine doing the build? Maybe we should just detect when the developer is leaving the room and prompt for a phone number where s/he can be reached. How about disabling leaving the room during a build? ---------- RESOLVED - BY DESIGN - 01/31/95 - MATTHEWT ------ ---------- ACTIVE - 02/01/95 - MARKLAM --------------------- Actually, we can't do this either. The problem is that while you're out of the room your build is neither finished nor unfinished. It stays in a state of flux until you return and collapse the quantum uncertainty by observing it. Perhaps we could link the build finished event to a cat in a box? ---------- ASSIGNED to HEISENBERG - 02/01/95 - MARKLAM ----- ---------- RESOLVED - NOT REPRO - 02/03/95 - HEISENBERG ---- I cannot repro this. I tried standing just outside my door and it made the beep. Do I have to go further from my office? Would the mailroom do? ---------- ACTIVE - 02/03/95 - MIKEBLAS -------------------- The relative position of the mailroom and your office are relatively uncertain to me, Doctor. Please try again: 1) start a build 2) leave your office 3) go down the hall 4) wait until you don't hear the beep 5) return to note that the build is done I think this is how I first repro'ed the problem, but I can't remember what I was doing to make it happen. The idea of disabling leaving the room might be the best possible solution, I think. When a build starts, the IDE should pop up a message that says "There are no more Fritos" or "The kitchen has closed early" or "The bathroom is being cleaned" so the developer will not be tempted to get up and wander around. With minimal rebuild in place, we should consider diversions that won't take as long to remedy: "You're expecting a phone call" or "Someone will stop by to see you soon". We need to think of messages that are easy to localize for VC++3.0J. ---------- ASSIGNED to MIKEBLAS - 02/13/95 - MARKLAM ------- To do this we'll need to avoid messages about the bathrooms and vending machines for external releases. Perhaps some customer research is needed to find out exactly *why* Visual C++ users leave their keyboards. Some suggestions (including MB_ types) Get a drink : (i) You're out of coffee (i) You're out of tea (i)(i) YYoouuvv''ee hhaadd eennoouugghh Get something to eat : (?) You have no food, remember /!\ You need to lose weight, fatso. Sit your ass down Exercise etc : (?) Did You Know - sunlight causes skin cancer (i) With a Nordik Trak you can get a workout in front of your monitor. Call for home delivery /!\ I didn't mean that about your weight See family : (i) They already know you love them /!\ They'll only want money for something /!\ Your in-laws have arrived Call of nature : This could be difficult. Consider supplying bed-pan or similar. ---------- ASSIGNED to MIKEBLAS - 02/13/95 - MARKLAM ------- ---------- ASSIGNED to MIKEBLAS - 02/16/95 - HEISENBERG ---- I attempted to repro this once more: I placed my machine in the forest at the edge of the campus. I started a 'rebuild all' and ran out of the forest towards my mailroom. My build normally takes 3 minutes. After 5 minutes I had not heard anything, so I returned to my machine. Unfortunately a tree had fallen on it. I had not heard that, either. Selected by Jim Griffith. MAIL your joke to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attribute the joke's source if at all possible. A Daemon will auto-reply.
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