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"A different error message! Finally some progress!"

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  • 41
    Soo true...
  • 37
    Most of the time it IS progress :)
  • 57
    I don't know why, and if it's normal, but I'm really happy when I get another error message...
  • 9
    Always πŸ˜‚
  • 26
    Omg just joined and read this! So true and too funny
  • 9
    Best way to narrow down bugs!
  • 8
    time to get a smoke break
  • 15
    yay, two more different errors after the latest hotfix. Progress just doubled!
  • 3
    "Yeay!".
  • 4
    omg yess πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  • 2
    Lol... Overly true
  • 6
    In my case .. It's many times a sign of something else broke preceding the earlier bug while fixing it

    #reverseProgress
  • 6
    @bakablah is it weird knowing that a great majority of your points come from this post alone?
  • 3
    @tisaconundrum yep I know lol
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    First post over 500 ++ πŸ‘
  • 5
    give this man a cookie!
  • 2
    Haha YAS!
  • 2
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚so true
  • 1
    @mangs Now tisat 700+
  • 2
    @tisaconundrum 700 of his 763 rep is bcuz of this post. Dear diary, jackpot.
  • 3
    Had to revisit this one today to show a co-worker the story of our day.
  • 2
    Story of my life
  • 1
    It's the little things...
  • 4
    this is the highest upvoted rant currently and also the top rant of all time
  • 2
    So trueπŸ˜‚
  • 4
    1001 for one rant....
  • 1
    You are right 😜
  • 2
    @dfox The current number of upvotes is cut off by the ++ and -- buttons...would be nice to see it. :-)

    I'm on iOS btw if that matters. Using iPhone 6.
  • 2
    @mzgaljic thanks for the heads up. This is fixed on Android and will be fixed in the iOS version going out tomorrow.
  • 2
    @dfox you're the man!
  • 3
    As a college student, this hits close to home!
  • 2
    @indiandev keep at it dude, with time, you'll only get better!
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  • 1
    Omfg! 1.2K upvotes? This is insane!
  • 3
    @SweetHuman what's funny is that the guy only has 1245 points which means almost all his points are from this single post 😁
  • 2
    @liammartens and he is really inactive.
  • 3
    @SweetHuman not as inactive as you think. I enjoy reading rants more than writing them :p
  • 1
    @bakablah oh. Why don't you have a profile?
  • 5
    @SweetHuman because I'm an early user to devRant and I enjoy static Color backgrounds?
  • 2
    @bakablah oh. I love profiles.
  • 3
    @thmnmlst pretty darn awesome actually :)
  • 1
    then you find it's caused by a wrong fix of the first error.
    ErrorsOverFlow
  • 1
    Exactly..!!
  • 1
    Ohh it's soo true!!
  • 1
    Hahaha I’ve had that feeling many times
  • 2
    As long as you don't get back to the first error message
  • 1
    99 Little bugs in the code, tale one down, patch it around... 127 Little bugs in the code..
  • 2
    All hail 'error message'~ for given us path to progress
  • 1
    This is literally my life
  • 1
    On solving that error, we will find one more error. More progress.
  • 0
    I truly laughed out loud when I read this because this is pretty much my WHOLE debugging method.
  • 0
    I get notifications of comments in this rant pretty often (I guess that as all devRant)
  • 0
    5 min later same error again
  • 0
    I love error messages, hhh i know it seem strange to say this, the stressed, trying to focus and manage your idea to find a solution, sitting the whole day and maybe more than one day searching about that error msg and at the end you solve it, that why i love in programming
  • 0
    more like more error messages
  • 1
    you just applied cold water on the burned area!
  • 0
    Next attempt, no error messages, "FUCK!"
  • 0
  • 2
    It's so gooood ,

    It's so baaaad ,
  • 0
    awww yisss!!!
  • 0
    How about when not showing any error! But code not working!!!!
  • 0
    @lazyDev and your dreams for a smoke break is shuttered!!
  • 0
    Sounds like a job for tomorrow
  • 0
    If that ain't true xD
  • 0
    Every project i've ever worked on...
  • 1
    How about add some emojis? πŸ˜‚
  • 0
    totally true ;)
  • 1
    Lifecycle of my projects rotates around this rant.
  • 0
    Baby steps πŸ˜‚
  • 1
    5 new bugs! Not sure which direction I'm headed in...
  • 0
    well, things might actually be nastier if you just hit a segmentation fault

    ;__;
  • 0
  • 0
    Every time the line identifier increases, I take a drink of coffee in celebration
  • 0
    I neee this as a motivational poster
  • 0
    I consider myself very new to programming and I already get this. funny. ++
  • 0
    In the DevOps universe, I love that an error result is a mark of forward progress...
  • 0
    I just clatter my keyboard until the error goes away, or hides under an if statement, kind of like my goals.
  • 2
    Then you realize the error changed because you wrote another error before the line of the previous error
  • 0
    Finally catch the whole crap and add skidmarks like log.info ("foo"); or log.warn ("FOO"); just, because a log-level of DEBUG would boost your screen.
  • 2
    So true it hurts
  • 0
    Thank god!
  • 0
    Sad, but true.
  • 0
    Relatable...
  • 0
    lol so true
  • 0
    It's funny because it actually just happened to me lol
  • 0
    No error messages. How is this working??
  • 0
    "Not only do I have a issue, but it has been deepened by something I don't know what"
  • 1
    *opens a new tab* "now what the hell does this mean?"
  • 1
    ... Until you realize you made an *additional* error, not get rid of an old one.
  • 1
    Whoops no just made a typo. Same error is still there.
  • 1
    I felt that
  • 2
    I prefer to get an error message than code without an error but not doing what I tried to intend.
  • 1
    πŸ‘¨πŸΌ‍πŸ’»Come up with a lot of errors and solve it the you never do the same mistake.πŸ™‹πŸΌ‍♂️
  • 1
    Done for the day, back at it tomorrow.
  • 1
    Feel the same way! (1st post woohoo)
  • 1
    that moment when you’re like: oh no what the Frick I just got a flipping error message and my is f#$&ing flawless. So you spend hours scanning through your code that 2 frickin’ days to make! And suddenly you find out your error was you spelling print as: PHRINT
  • 2
    @Kernelovic Change is good πŸ™‚
  • 2
    error is love, error is life!
  • 1
    HAHAHA! Lez goooo!
  • 0
    "A same error message! F...ing same progress!"
  • 0
    @SandunIsuru haha...Yeah! I remember most of my GUI applications do that often. Bump CLI!
  • 0
    That calls for a celebration. 🍺
  • 0
    omg, time to get a break
  • 0
    Felling you :(
  • 0
    Ok, tnx
  • 0
    For some reason, I felt this one really hard
  • 2
    "finally, I can google something else! I was running out of search results for the last error..."
  • 0
    Hah! YES
  • 0
    If happiness had another name ...
  • 0
    very true lmao
  • 0
    one of the best feelings!!!
  • 0
  • 0
    Unless realizing that it's the first error message you got briefly at the beginning, the first time you compiled
  • 0
    progression towards the earth
  • 0
    That's right, brother
  • 0
    One fine day if will be definitely run.
  • 0
    "Task failed successfully"
  • 0
  • 0
    As usual
  • 0
    Haha my coworker and I have been doing this for a few days now trying to upgrade to TypeScript v4...
  • 0
    Story of my life πŸ˜‚
  • 0
    Really!
  • 0
    @nerd-chan Yeah
  • 0
    Hahaha, so true. When error changes, at least we get some relief!
  • 0
    I love node error message , there is a error around "( "

    yeah , which one?
  • 0
    Managed to blind-code for over 30 minutes, creating new controllers, binding to routes and views, and when I finally ran it I had NO errors. This is the definition of a good afternoon. And one that will probably never be repeated.
  • 0
    No but really. In C and Python this is *ALWAYS* a sign of progress.
  • 0
    Thank you so much for ensuring. It's a pleasure to know that you got some progress. All the best!
  • 17
    Yup you got it
  • 1
    The same case
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    All my work in this message, lol
  • 0
    Well, now it is necessary to understand is it okay or not...
  • 0
    True story...
  • 0
    Add when it finally works, it is not meant to work :-0
  • 0
    Oof πŸ˜‚
  • 0
    Soo true.
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    Welcome!
  • 0
    turns out to be syntax error, and when you fix it you get your old error back :)
  • 0
    it happens with me all the time
  • 0
    Aaaah the dopamine rush lol!
  • 0
    It means progress, that's great news
  • 0
    you're right, most of the time it says it is in progress. Google
  • 0
    as long as it's an error with meaning.
  • 0
    When you find out that the new error is only an issue with the fix for the first error...
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    Every time 🀣
  • 1
    Truuee!)
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