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... i think mom also a programmer
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Bear - that is great. thanks
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Hilarious, its sometimes like the interaction between a client and developer.


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Looks like a technical bug inside.


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She should have written a unit test before deploying it in production!


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Thank god she not use 'for' loop!


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In these cases need to use "goto" command.


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Its an incident from my childhood:

I went to a friend's place, and had a tikka on my forehead.

When I came back, my neighbor asked me, "where did you get that (tikka)?"

And I replied, "on my forehead"
(btw, that was a genuine reply by me - I didn't know anything about coding and computers at that time )


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