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comment How many developers actually have private offices?
Status? I always thought managers had private offices so they could yell at people.
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accepted Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
Feb
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comment Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
@Dean a fair point, it's probably hard to answer literally. I think the other answers understand the spirit I intended though.
Feb
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comment Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
Whitespace is the new Brainfuck by the way :) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitespace_(programming_language)
Feb
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comment Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
@Pemdas Embarassing! Thanks & Fixed. I guess there goes my theory that this nicely expresses the intent without having to think about off-by-ones when using > or >= in a for loop.
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revised Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
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Feb
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comment Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
@Robert Yeah, maybe not idiomatic, but I've seen it several times in the wild. (As for it being an error, it does say "C" both above and below the code.)
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revised Expressions that are idiomatic in one language but not used or impossible in another
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