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What the Frink?

 
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Due to a recent post on the Scala mailing list I became aware of the Frink programming language. The general coolness of the language aside, one of it's features is a "huge" data file that allows the language to convert between units of measure. This file is chock-full of nerd coolness in the comments. Take this one for instance:
This goes on for a few more paragraphs. and ends with:

I could literally skim this thing for hours!

[edit]Fixed broken link.[/edit]
[edit]Fixed minor grammatical error.[/edit]
 
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Cool!
 
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