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2013-01-27 12:12 31046773 Anonymous (programming.jpg 1200x960 268kB)
You should be able to solve this.

0 min later 31046784 Anonymous
Its subjective.

2 min later 31046805 Anonymous
Haskell LOL U MAD MY CODE IS MORE ELEGANT THAN URS????

2 min later 31046806 Anonymous
>>31046773 Python, Ruby or PHP.

2 min later 31046813 Anonymous
>>31046773 C >progamming language >fan base >anywhere outside of /g/

3 min later 31046827 Anonymoose
>comic sans Stopped reading there.

3 min later 31046829 Anonymous
PHP

3 min later 31046834 Anonymous
>>31046805 >Haskell community >anything but full of nice people

4 min later 31046839 Anonymous
>>31046773 >Java

4 min later 31046842 Anonymous
All of them.

4 min later 31046846 Anonymous
>>31046805 >LOL U MAD MY CODE IS MORE ELEGANT THAN URS???? You've never met a Haskell programmer.

5 min later 31046850 Anonymous
python

5 min later 31046852 Anonymous
C# are by far the most pretentious

8 min later 31046882 Anonymous
Java They all think they know something and they all post their shitty broken code to stackoverflow

8 min later 31046895 Anonymous
Java

9 min later 31046898 Anonymous
Lisp >neckbeards praising an outdated language.

26 min later 31047124 Anonymous
>>31046850 python

27 min later 31047144 Anonymous
Python. Java developers at least have the good taste to be embarrassed.

28 min later 31047147 Anonymous
C

28 min later 31047159 Anonymous (don't give me bullshit huehue buy an _apple_ iphone answers.png 1200x960 664kB)


29 min later 31047167 Anonymous
I'd say Ruby. But realistically, Rails is its own community.

31 min later 31047179 Anonymous
>>31047159 Go create your own thread.

31 min later 31047180 Anonymous
>>31047159 I don't know, how does he manage to obtain an apple without getting wet, circular-logic-chan?

32 min later 31047192 Anonymous
FiM++

32 min later 31047195 Anonymous
>>31047159 He went around it because it's a LAKE

32 min later 31047199 Anonymous
C obviously. Fat, pretentious, neckbeard morons with a superiority complex. They re-invent the wheel and feel superior because of it.

33 min later 31047206 Anonymous
>>31047167 Yeah, the Ruby community in itself isn't terrible, quite a few good programmers and lots of material available, but Christ in hell, Rails is horrible. The people, the software, the community.

34 min later 31047217 Anonymous
>>31047159 It's frozen he can just walk across, suprises me how retarded people on /g/ are

34 min later 31047220 Anonymous
>>31047159 weird that that aplle tree can grow apples when the water is frozen..

35 min later 31047233 Anonymous
>>31047159 buy an apple iphone

36 min later 31047238 Anonymous
>>31046773 Python, sadly >PYTHONIC SOLUTION ON THE WAY!!1! >lol where are your cryptic Pythonicâ„¢ features? What are you, a C programmer? >HAHA ONE LINE SOLUTION SO ELEGANT >ewww, braces? main function? What digusting boiler plate. >2013 >worrying about efficiency All things commonly heard from the average Python developer.

36 min later 31047240 Anonymous
>>31047217 What if the ice isn't hard enough? People have drowned because of attempts of walking on a frozen lake only to fall through the ice sheet. tl;dr. you're stupid

36 min later 31047242 Anonymous
>>31047206 >Rails is horrible Yup. A friend of mine recently came across an example where ActiveRecord was essentially decomposing a simple request into a "SELECT * FROM users;", where `users` was a 3 million row table. Of course ORMs are the future, amirite?

38 min later 31047255 Anonymous (1350885536434.jpg 1200x960 180kB)
>>31047159 Stop forcing that problem.

39 min later 31047265 Anonymous
>>31047255 Solve what? There's just a statement. Also, create your own fucking thread already.

41 min later 31047286 Anonymous
>>31047238 LOL WHAT IS DIS 1985 WHY DO WE NEED TO WORRY ABOUT SPEED LOL FORCED IDENTATION IS LOVELY, DA LANGUAGE RESTRICTS U FOR UR OWN GOOD. ITS SOOOO GOOD LIKE PSUDOCODE EXCEPT EVERYTHING WRITTEN IN IT LOOKS LIKE COMPLETE SHIT.

41 min later 31047287 Anonymous
COBOL.

43 min later 31047306 Anonymous
>>31047286 classic c#|basic programmer .

44 min later 31047316 Anonymous (castle ropes and wood.png 1200x960 663kB)
You should be able to solve this.

45 min later 31047324 Anonymous
Visual Basic , Java , C#

49 min later 31047366 Anonymous
>>31047240 That means the lake isn't frozen but there's ice on the lake, two completely different things

51 min later 31047382 Anonymous
>>31047366 Wrong. That's why you'd call it a frozen lake because it looks frozen. I mean would you really have to wait for someone to drown in it so you can prove a lake isn't frozen?

51 min later 31047386 Anonymous
>>31047316 Put one board across corner Put another board on corner, on top of first board Put rope up ass Walk across second board to castle Remove rope from ass Slap evil knights with rope

51 min later 31047389 Anonymous
>>31047366 Go home tropic scum

52 min later 31047404 Anonymous
>>31047316 I can swim.

52 min later 31047405 Anonymous (1350884031233.jpg 1200x960 175kB)
>>31047316 Wrong picture

53 min later 31047414 Anonymous
>>31047382 Learn proper English before you embarrass yourself more, please.

54 min later 31047430 Anonymous
PHP, VB or possibly Python with all the hipsters.

54 min later 31047438 Anonymous
>>31047382 The statement is that the lake is frozen, it isn't that hard to understand, the statement should be 'there's ice on the water' or 'like lake is covered with ice' if he wanted to give that impression but saying that the lake is frozen he's saying that it's a massive block of ice

56 min later 31047466 Anonymous
>>31047405 I'm on my phone do I can't draw a diagram. you'd put one plank over one corner of the moat. you'd walk to the middle of it, place your second plank from there to the green corner

57 min later 31047477 Anonymous
>>31047405 Pole vault it nigger

1 hours later 31047519 Anonymous (solution.png 1344x960 650kB)
>>31047405

1 hours later 31047561 Anonymous
>>31047519 >>31047466 yes; that

1 hours later 31047659 Anonymous
>>31047316 Is this supposed to be difficult? Regardless the question has lots caveats. I assume the answer you want me to yield is, tie the rope for 1m ends of the wood, so you have a 6m handmade bridge across the canal.

1 hours later 31047660 Anonymous
>>31047238 I see main() in lots of Python programs. And most Python programmers respect C.

1 hours later 31047742 Anonymous
>>31047659 It will collapse in the middle you shitnigger, do you even physics?

1 hours later 31048139 Anonymous
>>31047660 >main() in lots of Python programs. Why would they do that?

2 hours later 31048530 Anonymous
>>31048139 So you know where execution starts? if __name__ == '__main__': main()

3 hours later 31049855 Anonymous
>>31047742 Do humanity a favor and kill yourself

3 hours later 31049879 Anonymous (kill_yourself.png 381x120 4kB)
>>31047742

3 hours later 31049904 Anonymous
>>31047316 Yeah, too easy. Solution doesn't require much thinking/cleverness

3 hours later 31049934 Marisa Kirisame
>>31048530 WHY

3 hours later 31049957 Anonymous
coldfusion

3 hours later 31049977 Anonymous
Lasso

3 hours later 31050029 Anonymous
Anything proprietary, really. You just have a bunch of retarded shills reinventing the wheel over and over again, because they are paranoid about other people being able to benefit in any way possible from their work.

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