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When Programming Logic is Applied to the Pursuit of Romance [Humorous Comic]
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Persistence, persistence, persistence!
June 28, 2012 – SMBC [Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal Blog]
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or what Serbs say, “Beautiful doesn’t fu.., persistent does.”
This is, of course, assuming the attractee’s variable changes from ‘x’ to ‘x+1’. I would assume it more likely changes to ‘x-1’, and thus the attractor is trapped in an infinite while loop.
I prefer the Try Catch method myself.
10 if (!success) GOTO 10;
I like Catch & Release…
What does “14” have to do with anything?
14 is a fortnight. After that, the programmer notices the latest FPS game has been released, and no longer has an interest in romance; only late nights, red bull and a desire to kill his latest mouse.
Tsundoku is a Japanese word that means “the act of piling a purchased but unread book, typically with a pile of other purchased but unread books”.
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