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“There is no programming language–no matter how structured–that will prevent programmers from making bad programs.” - Larry Flon
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William Boman Apr 20
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Then there's Go
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Diogo Castro Apr 20
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There are, however, PLs that actively push you into writing bad programs.
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Andrew Bell Apr 20
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Every tool the language gives you is also a tool you can misuse.
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Nils Schiwek Apr 20
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I remember I proved that in college, when I wrote a plsql endless-loop, which tore down the whole database server ;)
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~gf Apr 20
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There's no such thing as proper indentation. Not even Python's.
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Sumeet Bhatia Apr 20
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Wish James Gosling had given heed to this advice.Based on personal choice operator overloading excluded in Java.
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Sven van der Meer Apr 20
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pasglop___ Apr 20
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What ils a bad program?
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Phil Apr 22
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A fool with a tool is still a fool
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edA-qa mort-ora-y May 1
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This applies to all processes and any form of QA, not just programming. Our incompetence can penetrate any shield!
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Little Sir Garbage Jul 18
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*stands up* Guilty as charged, sir!
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/sascha Jul 18
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only creates perfect programs!
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