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16.10.2004 – Saturday 16 October – Another Normal Day
- • Another particularly normal and uneventful day, during which I present myself at uni in order to fully add colour to our COMP2801 program, fail to do so, and so on. I also read perhaps the funniest geek joke ever – two strings walk into a bar. The first string says to the bartender, “Bartender, I’ll have a beer. u.5n$x5t?*&4ru!2[sACCErJ”. The second string says, “Pardon my friend, he isn’t NULL terminated”. After a day of programming, that really is quite hilarious.
- Comment by krait – Monday 18 October 2004, 1:46 AM
- Wow, that's one *old* joke. 1990, IIRC ;)
- Comment by Mum – Wednesday 20 October 2004, 7:42 PM
- No savvy long dispel tok