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LOLCODE: some cool programming shit

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by Garret P.I., Mar 27, 2008.

  1. Garret P.I.

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    HAI
    {
    //Okay, since this is sort of the DLP forum's default tech hangout... I figured //I'd drop this here.

    //Whilst out surfin the intertoobs I happened upon something pretty funny.

    //By now, unless yer livin' under a rock or something, you've run into the whole LOLCats thing.

    //Well, turns out that some programmers liked the whole messed up grammar thing, and decided to try to write... you got it... a LOL compiler

    //Here's some sample code snips.

    HAI
    CAN HAS STDIO?
    VISIBLE "HAI WORLD!"
    KTHXBYE

    //Starting off with the venerable Hello world program.

    HAI
    CAN HAS STDIO?
    PLZ OPEN FILE "LOLCATS.TXT"?
    AWSUM THX
    VISIBLE FILE
    O NOES
    INVISIBLE "ERROR!"
    KTHXBYE

    //A step up into throwing and catching errors.

    HAI
    CAN HAS STDIO?
    I HAS A VAR
    GIMMEH VAR
    VISIBLE "You said " N VAR N " !!"
    KTHXBYE

    //and then variable declaration and input *That's right... Gimmeh is the command for inputting a value.*

    //check it out.

    //http://blog.notdot.net/archives/32-LOLCode.net-Now-your-LOLCats-can-use-the-CLR!.html
    //and
    //http://lolcode.com/
    }
    KTHXBYE
     
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  2. Gullible

    Gullible Headmaster

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    Lol, awesome.

    I suck at any kind of code but this is just...WOW!
     
  3. Garret P.I.

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    Personally I like the O NOES feature

    It's like a throw catch block, except it appears to catch errors without an explicate throw.

    This could have all sorts of fun applications.

    I'm also hoping that structs will be called Kittehs
    example code

    I HAS A KITTEH
    { IT HAS FUR; //predefined object type array
    IT HAS NOZE; //predefined object type linked list
    IT HAS CLAUSE; //defined data ports
    IT HAS MOUF; // stdio input output
    IT HAS COOKIE; //string
    IT HAS EATED COOKIE; // char array
    IT HAS NUMBERED VAR NAMED FRED; //int
    } KITTEH NAME IS HARLEY;
     
  4. Oz

    Oz For Zombie. Moderator DLP Supporter

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    Lol, a friend was telling me about this yesterday. It's a funny, if a bit pointless, idea.
     
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    lol.

    You know what the really sad thing is though? I work as a CS tutor at my school and I've seen people who tried to use code that looked something like this on there homework assignments...
     
  8. Garret P.I.

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    They've gotta work on the O HAI, I UPGRADED YOUR RAM management, the cat in CEREALIZIBLE box interface as well as the THESE R MY INTERWEBZ LET ME SHOW THEM TO U and KOM NOM NOM and DURRRRRRKOM feature sets.

    Sandboxed code will of course take on a whole new meaning.

    Once that's done the ceiling is the limit (as set by ceiling cat)
     
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