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just found a build in function in a certain framework.
that function has a parameter named
"fail_silently".
func(fail_silently=False)
made me laugh.
and my laugh function was like.
laugh_func(laugh_silently=False)
😆😁

Comments
  • 1
    Is it me or everyone thinks this is a common thing. I don't understand the joke. I have seen plenty of people use and build things with this kind of philosophy and I agree with them
  • 2
    @py2js
    because probably you are a senior dev. I am just an intern. Didn't intent to mean that, this approach is wrong.
    But find the param naming hilarious.
    It's like telling someone "bro, if you are going to die then die silently. Don't make a huge fuss about that."
  • 1
    Ironically I am also an intern but I have seen this thing dozens of times so didn't understand the joke, now I understand. And yeah the name is hilarious
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