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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    wooow nice buddy . thanks for your effort for making me to understand some language context . but any way i have to go in deeper into language to understand these concepts :) ..thanks again :)
    You're welcome and don't worry about it, I was just rambling a bit. You'll meet those concepts when they teach you about it or when you accidentally stumble upon it ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    I vote you learn Whitespace: Whitespace
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    That or the equally useful language referenced here: brainf*ck
    are you guys are really saying it ? or just for joking dudes :( .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    You're welcome and don't worry about it, I was just rambling a bit. You'll meet those concepts when they teach you about it or when you accidentally stumble upon it ;-)

    kind regards,

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    yes of course you are right :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    are you guys are really saying it ? or just for joking dudes :( .
    They are both of academic interest, but are of course not commercially viable languages.

    In the "Who is Responsible" section on the WhiteSpace link:

    The interpreter was written by someone who shouldn't have stayed up so late, Edwin Brady, and the language was designed by two people who shouldn't have had so much to drink, Edwin Brady and Chris Morris. No doubt Andrew Stribblehill isn't entirely blameless either. ....

    In a brainf*ck wiki article, they state:

    Many people at various times have tried to extend brainf*ck to make it easier to program in, but such efforts have been compared to trying to make a luxury car by gluing parts onto a skateboard. Other people have been interested in variations of the language for theoretical purposes, pedagogical applications, etc. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    They are both of academic interest, but are of course not commercially viable languages.

    In the "Who is Responsible" section on the WhiteSpace link:




    In a brainf*ck wiki article, they state:
    ooooo that 's fine :)

    BTW ,
    what is They are both of academic interest ?

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    Don't forget MUMPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post

    oooh great buddy , yes i will check this link :) to know about it :)

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    Don't forget MUMPS!
    thanks for your suggection buddy , but already i am in great confusion on which language i have learn first "jave or c#" , so i will come to these language only after finishing those two language . BTW what is the speciality of MUMPS language buddy ?

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    Hey, sorry buddy, but I think you missed that this thread has rapidly turned into a joke. Whitespace, BrainF*ck, MUMPS, and a couple others mentioned are languages you probably never want to learn for any reason unless you're a masochist. Good luck, my own ++ for java - still the most prevalent language out there (I'm a java dev who also does Groovy on Grails and Ruby on Rails)

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    Isn't one of the "selling points" of whitespace that it's really secure?
    All you have to do is print out the code, delete the file on your system, and you have a hardcopy that no one will be able to read!

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    Hahaha. Personally, I do all my whitespace programming in ebook format. I search and replace all the spaces in a classic novel with my code. Very useful, other than the odd word spacing :P

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    Is it wrong that I'm now sat here thinking "that might just work"?
    :)

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    It has been done actually. If you put all your whitespace code in the larger white areas, like at the end of lines and in between paragraphs, the whitespace parser treats all printable non white characters as comments - just ignored. You could probably imbed a substantial program into a large ebook :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    Is it wrong that I'm now sat here thinking "that might just work"?
    :)
    Wrong: no; extremely silly: yes. Glad I could be of help.

    kindest regards,

    Jos ;-)
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