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At least doesn't require obfuscation 😣

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  • 6
    wtf. what is the meaning behind names?
  • 2
    @irene Italian? Or Spanish?
  • 12
    Is this AI?
  • 1
    @ScriptCoded dunno both. Only English and Russian.
  • 3
    @ScriptCoded Suffixes sound very itallian. I bet my money on itallian. Anyone else ? :)
  • 2
    It's all gibberish to me
  • 3
    It's funny because for like every word in that picture Google Translator thinks it's another language
  • 4
    I actually prefer when people who don't speak English write code in their own language rather than MISSPELL EVERY SINGLE ENGLISH WORD IN THEIR VARIABLE NAMES SO I HAVE TO CONTINUE SPELLING EVERYTHING WRONG EXACTLY THE SAME WAY OR EVERYTHING BREAKS---

    ahem. I mean yeah feelsbadman.jpg
  • 4
    @ScriptCoded usuario === utente === user

    That's spanish 🙂
  • 9
    It's not the language that bugs me in this picture, nor the spaghetti (I've seen worse)

    But that fucking 'if' Being indented by that additional space gives me the creeps... Fuck that
  • 1
  • 0
    That Italian code deserves more 👌
  • 2
    @irene @ScriptCoded @no-oxygen Yes, it is Spanish. But there are some extra "e" there.

    I do not speak Spanish, but Portuguese is close enought so that we can understand it.
  • 1
    It's spanish, but with the 'e' prefix(I still wonder why) and some words cutted.
  • 0
    That was only 60% of the 'if' frenzy.
  • 0
    The Spanish names are fine, but still, some of that code does nothing, and the rest could be dealt with much simpler.
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