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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Farsi del male, in ogni linguaggio di programmazione

Vecchiotta, ma sempre divertente (per un geek, eh).

The proliferation of modern programming languages (all of which seem to have stolen countless features from one another) sometimes makes it difficult to remember what language you’re currently using. This guide is offered as a public service to help programmers who find themselves in such dilemmas.

You shoot yourself in the foot.

You accidentally create a dozen clones of yourself and shoot them all in the foot. Providing emergency medical assistance is impossible since you can’t tell which are bitwise copies and which are just pointing at others and saying, “That’s me, over there.”

Shoot yourself in the foot with a water pistol. On big systems, continue until entire lower body is waterlogged.

Using a COLT 45 HANDGUN, AIM gun at LEG.FOOT, THEN place ARM.HAND.FINGER. on HANDGUN.TRIGGER and SQUEEZE. THEN return HANDGUN to HOLSTER. CHECK whether shoelace needs to be retied.

You shoot yourself in each toe, iteratively, until you run out of toes, then you read in the next foot and repeat. If you run out of bullets, you continue anyway because you have no exception-handling ability.

370 JCL
You send your foot down to MIS with a 4000-page document explaining how you want it to be shot. Three years later, your foot comes back deep-fried.

You shoot yourself in the foot, then spend all day figuring out how to do it in fewer characters.

Find a gun, it falls apart. Put it back together, it falls apart again. You try using the .GUN Framework, it falls apart. You stab yourself in the foot instead.

After correctly packaging your foot, you attempt to concurrently load the gun, pull the trigger, scream and shoot yourself in the foot. When you try, however, you discover that your foot is of the wrong type.

You try to shoot yourself in the foot only to discover you must first reinvent the gun, the bullet, and your foot. After that’s done, you shoot yourself in the foot, but very quickly.

You shoot your right foot with one hand, then switch hands to shoot your left foot but you realize that the gun has turned into a banana.

Concurrent Euclid
You shoot yourself in somebody else’s foot.

You manage to shoot yourself in the foot, but while doing so you also shoot yourself in the arm, stomach, and leg, plus you shoot your best friend in the chest, the neighbour's dog and your car. A month later you're not able to understand your program anymore when you read the source.

Foot in yourself shoot.

Put the first bullet of the gun into the foot of the left leg of you.
Answer the result.

After importing java.awt.right.foot.* and java.awt.gun.right.hand.*, and writing the classes and methods of those classes needed, you’ve forgotten what the hell you’re doing.

You’ve perfected a robust, rich user experience for shooting yourself in the foot. You then find that bullets are disabled on your gun.

You shoot yourself in the appendage which holds the gun with which
you shoot yourself in the appendage which holds the gun with which
you shoot yourself in the appendage which holds the gun with which
you shoot yourself in the appendage which holds the gun with which
you shoot yourself in the appendage which holds ….

After realizing that you can’t actually accomplish anything in this language, you shoot yourself in the head.

You spend days writing a UIL description of your foot, the trajectory, the bullet, and the intricate scrollwork on the ivory handles of the gun. When you finally get around to pulling the trigger, the gun jams.

You shoot yourself in the foot with a gun made with pieces from 300 other guns.

Not only can you shoot yourself in the foot, your users can too.

The compiler won’t let you shoot yourself in the foot.

You shoot yourself in the foot, but nobody can understand how you did it. Six months later, neither can you. (via Andy)

You tell your program you want to be shot in the foot. The program figures out how to do it, but the syntax doesn’t allow it to explain.

After consuming all system resources including bullets, the data processing department doubles its size, acquires 2 new mainframes and drops the original on your foot.

You try to shoot yourself in the foot but you just keep hitting the whitespace between your toes.

First you define your gun, bullet, and firing pin. Then, you define your foot, toes, and toenails. Then, you open chamber and load the gun. Then, you cock it. Now you're finally ready to shoot yourself in the foot.

You’ll be able to shoot yourself in the foot just as soon as you figure out what all these bullets are for.

Your foot is ready to be shot in roughly five minutes, but you just can’t find anywhere to shoot it.

If you succeed, shoot yourself in the left foot.
If you fail, shoot yourself in the right foot.

SELECT @ammo:=bullet FROM gun WHERE trigger = ‘PULLED’;
INSERT INTO leg (foot) VALUES (@ammo);

% ls
foot.c foot.h foot.o toe.c toe.o
% rm * .o
rm: .o: No such file or directory
% ls

You spend a fortune on a high-powered, self-cleaning, self-aiming, automatic handgun with unlimited ammo, only to realize it takes a year to pull the trigger.

Visual Basic
You’ll shoot yourself in the foot, but you’ll have so much fun doing it that you won’t care.

Visual FoxPro
You mock other sharpshooters for not being able to shoot both feet at once, but when you try to do it yourself you realize that you can't properly handle the Microsoft.gun ActiveX.

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