Coding Failures

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    е и ժ е я

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    Post images of funny programming screw-ups or weird program behavior

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    ^Said syntax error will be "unexpected character ';'" The first thing anyone tries is going to be retyping the line and/or character.


    If you really want to ruin a coworker's day, web languages are the way to go, because all of them hate you. Old browsers will allow this:

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    If you have two functions with the same name in different files, Node will just pick whichever is defined first from its require(...) perspective and not throw an error or warning. Override their function with a slightly different one in an unrelated file!
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    something i decided must have been pure evil back in the day would be something if it made a error just loop Hello world in basic.
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    Today I learned you can do this in Python:

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    True = False
    a = True
    print a == True and a == False
    >> True
    
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    I heard those specific coding failures are actually the result of a faulty file in the Windows operating system that to this date still hasn't been removed. Word is that if you find the file SYSTEM32 in your computer and simply delete it, your programs should work just fine. I tried it and omg you should see how nice Overwatch and Diablo 3 run now! Like 80 fps.
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    I laughed at this way more than I should have.

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