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- ToastersUnited
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

Random photo i took like a year ago

Road signs in the Republic of Ireland do not differ greatly from those used elsewhere in Europe – with the notable exception that hazard or warning signs follow the “New World” style of a yellow diamond. The symbols used on these warning signs do, nevertheless, resemble much more closely those used (on red-bordered white or yellow triangles) in the rest of Europe than many of those seen in the United States.

Typical road signs in rural areas of the Republic of Ireland. Here, a fingerpost with old road number and Bord Fáilte logo. Signpost located in Rathangan, Co. Kildare.

Regulatory signs (relating to limits and prohibitions) differ very little from those used in the rest of Europe.

The system of directional signs is based upon, and is very similar to, that employed in the United Kingdom, but is bilingual everywhere except in the Gaeltacht, where only the Irish language is used on signs.

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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

To convert https://daprofitclub.com/ml-to-grams (ml to gram), the conversion depends on the density of the substance. Hence, it is essential to have knowledge of the substance's density to accurately carry out the conversion.

*Last edited by alvu075 (June 17, 2023 07:10:14)*

- DifferentDance8
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

javascript.

true + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 3

*Last edited by DifferentDance8 (June 17, 2023 08:38:26)*

ON THE OBSCURE TIRAP TOPIC STREAK! :fire:

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- mybearworld
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

(#2303)To be fair, this happens in every language where booleans are really just integers.javascript.true + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 3

>>> True + True 2 >>> (True + True) * (True + True) - True 3

- Chiroyce
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that isn't a joke at all, its just how math workstrue + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 3

1 + 1 = 2

(1 + 1) * (1+1) - 1 = 3

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- DifferentDance8
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

that isn't a joke at all, its just how math workstrue + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 31 + 1 = 2

(1 + 1) * (1+1) - 1 = 3

How's this for JS weirdness?(#2303)To be fair, this happens in every language where booleans are really just integers.javascript.true + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 3JavaScript can be far weirder>>> True + True 2 >>> (True + True) * (True + True) - True 3

(![] + [])[+[]] + (![] + [])[+!+[]] + ([![]] + [][[]])[+!+[] + [+[]]] + (![] + [])[!+[] + !+[]]; // -> 'fail'

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- Catzcute4
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

sqrt(-1)8Σπ (from the simpsions, not that I watch it) says “I ate some pie” (I didn’t)

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- JingusTheRingus
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

99 little bugs in the code, 99 little bugs, you take one down and patch it around, 125 little bugs in the code

Only speaks English unfortunately. Am I a forum member?

Blame the evil forum kumquats from eating this siggy!

I do not know why I think the word forum is funny. Wait. Am I on a forum right now? FORUM

- Jonathan50
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I wonder how many other people made the connection in the top left…

Nothing against people who use these

Edit: My signature is oddly appropriate to this post

*Last edited by Jonathan50 (July 1, 2023 09:57:33)*

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- 1Draven
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

I CODE'nt tell you any more than this

- cs2627883
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

Two strings walk into a bar.

The first string says “Can I have a befcghjkfdjtdfghjkjytfdfghjklkjff”

The second string says "Excuse my friend, (s)he isn't null terminated

Technically, shouldn't it be "Can I have a beer?fcghjkfdjtdfghjkjytfdfghjklkjff"? Even if the string's not null terminated, the actual content should still finish before the garbage begins.

- cs2627883
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

They are killed by the capturerHow would captures work thoughchess IRL 24 hour challenge

- cs2627883
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

#include <iostream> int main() { std::string myFunction() { return "Of course I know what a function is\n"; } myFunction(); }

Technically, you can't have nested functions in c++ (some compilers support them, but the c++ standard says they are not allowed). myFunction() should be top-level (i.e outside of main()).

- cs2627883
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

Can I join your army?I will go to war with <span> enjoyers. <div> is superior.<span> fans: I love <div>. Glad it made the cut.

- cs2627883
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

The joke was that the code was hard to understand, and when he came back to it he completely forgot what it did. It's not “real” code; the joke is that forgetting what your code does is very relatable to a lot of programmers. that's valid python, however what you wrote up there is a fake library (or something badly obfuscated, which is less likely)

- Rendangbike2
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

a particular extension

- DifferentDance8
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

kid named “sing JavaScript”:

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- ajskateboarder
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

I always seemed to get mad at people in 2022 posts and overuse things like :facepalm: If you are looking at one of those posts, just note I don't write like this anymore

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- ideapad-320
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

Guys a found a way to make your PC free of malware quickly. Simply format the hard drive. Do not copy anything at all off, it could have a virus.

/s

I have seen this happen too many times:

“Can we have this new block idea?”

“No, there is a complex workaround that is hard for new scratchers to understand”

- ideapad-320
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### What are some funny programming/mathematical jokes?

that isn't a joke at all, its just how math workstrue + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 31 + 1 = 2

(1 + 1) * (1+1) - 1 = 3How's this for JS weirdness?(#2303)To be fair, this happens in every language where booleans are really just integers.javascript.true + true; // -> 2 (true + true) * (true + true) - true; // -> 3JavaScript can be far weirder>>> True + True 2 >>> (True + True) * (True + True) - True 3(![] + [])[+[]] + (![] + [])[+!+[]] + ([![]] + [][[]])[+!+[] + [+[]]] + (![] + [])[!+[] + !+[]]; // -> 'fail'

'1'=49

1/48=49/48

0=1

1=2

1+1=3

*Last edited by ideapad-320 (July 8, 2023 03:38:10)*

I have seen this happen too many times:

“Can we have this new block idea?”

“No, there is a complex workaround that is hard for new scratchers to understand”

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