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The Case of the Unconventional Coder

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betajet
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Re: cin >> isReaderCoder;
betajet   5/1/2014 1:39:03 PM
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Nicely done -- very amusing!  I like the way you slipped "sed" in there.  For those of you unfamiliar with "sed", it's the Unix/GNU "stream editor".  It's a great way to process certain kinds of text, but is pretty much a write-only language.

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Re: C? No!
jonnydoin   5/1/2014 1:07:43 PM
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Hi anon3887601, Actually he is a brilliant Embedded Engineer. He ended up taking critical part in core aspects of our hardware and embedded firmware group. - Jonny

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C? No!
anon3887601   5/1/2014 1:01:53 PM
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This man is an APL programmer at heart.

 

 

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cin >> isReaderCoder;
mishapom   5/1/2014 12:17:56 PM
printf( "What an awe%s piece of code! I find such coding style %s. A programmer who is %s enough to develop such code should be %sed.\n", isReaderCoder? "some" : "ful", isReaderCoder? "magnificent" : "unreadable", isReaderCoder? "smart" : "inconsiderate", isReaderCoder? "promot" : "replac" );

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