Prologomenon Goes Viral

Apparently, social medias like Twitter is all the rage these days. It’s been used to convey critical information in emergency situations, helped revolutions in suppressed governments, and now it’s finally time to overthrow the corrupt imperative languages that have grown fat on the labors of the working class…. Kidding – some of my best friends are imperative languages! I have however started a Twitter account in relation with the blog with the intent to a) troll imperative languages, b) post code-snippets within the character limit that accomplishes something cool. I’ve currently implemented:

All just for fun, of course. Don’t try this at home unless you’re sure you’re able to use cryptic variable/predicate names and abuse all the language features that normally allows one to write readable, concise source code.

3 responses to “Prologomenon Goes Viral”

  1. Jensan says :

    I think it’s as crazy as it’s brilliant! It’s just like the good old listings in COMPUTE!….oh I’ve got something in my eye, give me minute…

    • victorlagerkvist says :

      Ah! The good, old days when users were expected to not only know the ins and outs of both the operating system and the hardware, but also to have fun at the same time… irregardless of whether you were a middle-aged journalist trying to finish an article in time or a teenager hacking away during the midnight hours.

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