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http://www.jibble.org/cookies.php

(figured i'd share what can be found when trying to teach a Java browser to deal with cookies)
 
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That's pretty good. However everybody I know knows that it's inefficient to open the cupboard twice, once to get the bowl, and once to get the tinfoil and baking tray. And the cupboard should be closed in a finally block, if a SnackAttackException is thrown, it will never get closed.
 
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XD *lol*

(Ive been at Java about two weeks and it concerns me i actually understand that XD)
 
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