also. your sentence=wtf as well.
If a joke falls in the forest and no one gets it, is it still funny?
(Guilty as charged on the equation-stealing. Heh.)
didnt like the first version, eh?
"I don't know what you're talking about."
to quote peter cetera/chicago
"OOOO OOOOO OOOO OOOO OOOO WISHING YOU WERE HERE"
i am grading! and i am going to bed soon, done or not, so i can be more alert to work fast tomorrow.
Sleep's good. I'll see you tomorrow.
i WORKED until midnight--i got sleepy--and then went to bed! woo!
The trick with this is to use a language where assignment looks like "setf" and comparison looks like "equalp" -- you probably wouldn't get those mixed up :)
(... next time I write C... these will be macros. Hrm...)
Heh. You'd go nuts at my job trying to use PHP. I mean, why are some of the superglobal array names
plural and some not? Gross.
Oof :-\ That does look unpleasant... (maybe they could be code-completed?)
(do you go nuts with the inconsistent variable names?)
You lost me at "code-completed", but yeah. Why is $GLOBALS the only one without an underscore? Gets me every time.
Hey there, hope you don't mind if I jump in. (Oooh my first comment on someone's LJ. This is sonetka
's husband, by the way.)
Just thought I'd mention that Eclipse uses Ctrl-Space for completion, as does Visual Studio, and probably a few others. Personally, though, I agree with you and find myself compulsively reaching for M-/
I thought I'd also mention that compilers for most other C-like languages these days can issue warnings if it looks like you got == and = backwards. Unfortunately, I don't know of any such feature for PHP.
Oh, hi. =) Clearly you're an Emacs fan, as I see from your journal title...and your interests...and your journal entry...heh. I always used it in school. I used to be okay at it, but then I graduated. ;) What I'm writing for work is XHTML with a fair smattering of PHP, so I'm using Dreamweaver to edit, because I'm addicted to the mad XHTML/CSS support. heh. I despise myself. ;)
Things that make me giggle uncontrollably:
2. X == WTF
I keep telling you guys, this is PHP. What do you think I am, some kind of programmer or something?
Yeah, yeah. I just thought it was funny that you thought I was using a compiled language. I think the last thing I compiled was my LaTeX resume.
Anyway, I'm so never going to remember to put the constant first. I mean, if I'd been thinking, I wouldn't have made the mistakes anyway.
latex resume? mrowr.
i was going to tell you that one of my favorite suicidegirls has a set (her one and only) where she has code written all over her body (apparently really funny if you know how to read such things), but i thought that might be TMI.
what do you think?
Well, (1) I wanna see, and
(b) I just got back from my hair appointment. It's all fire-engine chestnut and stuff. Hey, I get that tattoo I keep talking about, I just might be Suicide Girls material.
And (III) I like how for those job postings, they want you to have "something which passes for music taste".
yep. not "musical" taste. "music taste."
It will be good for me to be the only code-illiterate person here! Every group needs a goon and I'll fill role nicely.
When do I get my goon hat?
You're far from the only code-illiterate person here. But as far as I'm concerned, you can have your goon hat right now.
i too, am code-illiterate.
unless you sit me down at a Texas Instruments computer, circa 1984. I can write me some wicked basic BASIC.