Excerpts from A Conversation Between Two Bored Programmers
Programmer 1: Recursive iteration of mundane functions won’t make sense until it breaks out from a statement.
Programmer 2: I guess I just have to figure out what that statement is then.
Programmer 1: Correct 😀
Programmer 2: Unless I made that statement, then I’d have to figure out why the conditions aren’t met.
Programmer 1: Nyahahaha
Programmer 2: But how do you know if there’s something wrong in the statement or just something missing in the iteration…?
Programmer 1: There are 3 signs. The bad is having a lot of multiple warnings maybe from logs, system out, or even from friends :D. The WORSE is a lot of thrown errors and exceptions. WORST still is it has NO signs, and your program life cycle is just looping endlessly because you activated a TRAP method signature :S then you must type “kill all !@#$%^” este “kill all “
This entry was posted on 20. January 2010 by Xyldrae. It was filed under Human Talk, Information Technology and was tagged with bored programmers, conversation between two, exceptions, excerpts, geek talk, java metaphors, kill all command, thrown errors.
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