Glume de-ale programatorilor


Two strings walk into a bar. The first one says:
Hello, I’d like some Vodka andytewsr@)W$(#*$&!^Y@)^&30@#!
„You’ll have to excuse my friend,” the second one says, „he’s not null-terminated.”

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As soon as she walked through my door I knew her type: she was an argument waiting to happen. I wondered if the argument was required… or merely optional? Guess I’d know the parameters soon enough.

„I’m Star At Data”, she offered.
She made it sound like a pass. But was the pass by name? Or by position?
„I think someone’s trying to execute me. Some caller.”
„Okay, I’ll see what I can find out. Meanwhile, we’re gonna have to limit the scope of your accessibility.”
„I’d prefer not to be bound like that,” she replied.
„I see you know my methods,” I shot back.
She just stared at me, like I was a block. Suddenly I wasn’t surprised someone wanted to dispatch her.
„I’ll return later,” she purred. „Meanwhile, I’m counting on you to give me some closure”.
It was gonna be another routine investigation.
– Dashiell Hammett, „The Maltese Camel”

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De ce prefer Java sau .NET

De ce prefer Java sau .NET

S-or fi civilizat romanii?


De ani si ani de zile citesc pe garduri, mazgalit, scrijelit, vopsit cam acelasi vocabular.

Totusi de curand am fost foarte placut impresionat sa vad un enunt de problema de geometrie. Nu va vine sa credeti? Privit mai jos :

Problema de geometrie pe zidurile din Bucuresti

Numere de inmatriculare amuzante


Persoana asta cred ca duce lipsa…

NEF

Se fac blaturi si la moldoveni


Din ciclul „si caii se impusca, nu-i asa?” va prezint asta :

BL AT