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Tom Katz
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buffer was not closed
after first get it would fail
so close the buffer
 
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Funny, I was just thinking of starting a haiku thread today.

want a java cert
read code read code read code read
got a java cert

_M_
 
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Nothing is certain
But null pointer exception
Guess why it occurred
 
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characters (with spaces)

File, Save As... "haiku"
Save as type: Word Document
(asterisk dot "doc")



<small>Commentary: "Well, this is certainly inane, but it could have been a lot worse. I mean, given the title. But, yes... The irony is unmistakable. I mean, to use a product like Word to compose haiku... It's like using a pneumatic socket gun to adjust your eyeglasses, or a fire hose to artificially inseminate a gnat. So, when readers come away with the understanding that Bill Gates is an irritating gnat... Well, who can say that's not beautiful?" ~Leslie M�sknvorr (noted haiku analyst)</small>
[ December 29, 2005: Message edited by: marc weber ]
 
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Of complication, despond and general distress;
are two nulls equal?
I fear both No and Yes!

[more for databases, than Java - but still applies]
[ December 29, 2005: Message edited by: Peter Rooke ]
 
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keywords -

if once in a while
it breaks for a case of switch
else return default
 
Stuart Ash
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How about sonnets??
 
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Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore,
So does my BuildAll hasten to its end.
Each adding error with that which goes before,
In frequent succession, all I can do is contend.
Control, once in the main() of a public class,
Crawls to execution, wherewith, each thread,
the Eclipse steps over to glory, But alas...
Reviewer that gave, doth now his comments I dread.
I bugfix with a flourish set on by the running clock.
And delve the Sun(site) in the darkness of the night.
Feeding on the surety their code trail truth shall unlock.
And nothing stands but for his all-knowing sight,
And yet, to Tester, in hope, my code shall withstand,
Praising my worth, despite his cruel command.

-Suhaasi
 
Stuart Ash
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Originally posted by Suhaasi Karnik:
Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore,
So does my BuildAll hasten to its end.
Each adding error with that which goes before,
In frequent succession, all I can do is contend.
Control, once in the main() of a public class,
Crawls to execution, wherewith, each thread,
the Eclipse steps over to glory, But alas...
Reviewer that gave, doth now his comments I dread.
I bugfix with a flourish set on by the running clock.
And delve the Sun(site) in the darkness of the night.
Feeding on the surety their code trail truth shall unlock.
And nothing stands but for his all-knowing sight,
And yet, to Tester, in hope, my code shall withstand,
Praising my worth, despite his cruel command.

-Suhaasi



You wrote it??
 
Suhaasi Karnik
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err.... I edited Shakespeare Sonnet LX....

http://www.shakespeares-sonnets.com/sonn02.htm

 
Stuart Ash
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Originally posted by Suhaasi Karnik:
err.... I edited Shakespeare Sonnet LX....

http://www.shakespeares-sonnets.com/sonn02.htm









'Tis but a talent so rare
that variegate thou canst such verse
Accolades are what thou deserv'st
Worry not whether it got better or worse


 
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this server doth protest too much, but all for nought
if only an exception were being caught...

== not even a real couplet
 
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one am and i just
can't.drop.it

why won't it compile
goddammachine its
laughing
at

me
 
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I find it again
A Null Pointer Exception
My head hits the desk
 
Dave Lenton
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I received this one a while back in an email:

[ December 06, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]
 
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This one I found on the XML-DEV list a while ago:

X M L just so
Trees, so many leaves to be
Yes, this too shall parse
 
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The hearsay of duplicates, the hearsay of nulls,
Lead to great complications,
A combination of dulls�. [Hugh Darwen]
 
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Could somebody take a pain and let us all know what is this java haiku exactly....

I read complete thread and didn't get anything from this thread.

For what we are discussing here..
 
Pradeep bhatt
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From wordweb
Haiku - An epigrammatic Japanese verse form of three short lines
 
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Stealing this one from a T-Shirt I saw.

Haikus are easy,
but sometimes they don't make sense,
refrigerator.

And my own, dedicated to learning Java.

Trying to code well,
the compiler hates my guts,
tells me "go to hell".

Another error,
I missed a semi-colon,
I long for run time.

Nate
 
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Out of memory
profiling :roll:
new year eve
 
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Originally posted by Pradip Bhat:
From wordweb
Haiku - An epigrammatic Japanese verse form of three short lines


In addition to that, the first and third lines have 5 syllables, while the second line has 7 syllables. So some of the poems posted above are not proper Haikus.
 
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the first and third lines have 5 syllables, while the second line has 7 syllables.
Not according to the wikipedia.quote:
The traditional hokku consisted of a pattern of approximately 5, 7, and 5 morae, phonetic units which only partially correspond to the syllables of languages such as English.
[emphasis mine]
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marc weber
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
...the first and third lines have 5 syllables, while the second line has 7 syllables. So some of the poems posted above are not proper Haikus.

These discussions can get quite nasty in literary forums.


haiku's rebuttal

clever passages
syllabically broken
do not make haiku.
[ December 29, 2006: Message edited by: marc weber ]
 
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I think the essence of haiku transcends a syllable count, but a symmetry remains important to me. For example, a 2-4-2 pattern, or a 4-6-4 pattern...


cast

snow falls
from a gray sky
I watch


grave

in times of snow
I remember the cold
dust on her lips


(Sorry these aren't Java related, but the discussion seems to have expanded.)
 
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