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japzio
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when a non-programmer creates a meme related to programming. NICE TRY!

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  • 13
    i'm sure we all mash save here
  • 18
    Autosave ? Non-programmers have it in their Word Processors as well.
  • 2
    @evilcoder oh yeah

    none of my editors have that so i forgot xd

    edit- i just found out it's in sublime ._.
  • 18
    I literally save every time I finish a line.
  • 7
    Cmd+S on every line.
  • 10
    to test whatever you're making you must save, its hard to believe you didn't save/test after 500 lines
  • 7
    me : wrote one line, hit ctrl+s twice or more
  • 12
    Would you nice people take a moment to talk about our Lord and Savior JetBrains?
  • 1
    I save every few lines, usually every 5 or 6, since it's such a fast thing to just hit Ctrl-S, especially since the Ctrl and Alt keys are used most often in nano!
  • 2
    I have enabled the VS Code setting to save the file every time the editor loses focus. Even while switching between tabs.
  • 9
    Intellij
  • 0
    Every time I write a command I save... and even if somehow I had a brain injury and I forgot to save, when I try to close my IDE, it always warns me of saving, sooooooooo
  • 0
    add line ctrl+s
    removes words ctrl+s
    modify letter ctrl+s
  • 1
    What is this ctrl-s of which you are speaking? I thought :w was the standard.
  • 0
    @SuwakoMmh Some builds don't allow that. Dunno why, but still...
  • 1
    During earlier days they used to type sync multiple times.
    sync
    Sync
    Sync
    Sync
    Sync
    So that the file changes get pushed to hard disk
  • 0
    addEventListener("writeLine", () P=> {
    for(i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
    CmdS();
    }
    });
  • 0
    .....
  • 1
    You should save it before it executes probably.. Who writes 500 lines not cool enough to execute?
  • 1
    Commit the changes, fixed the merge conflicts, and leave for the vaccation without pushing to the repository. 😨
  • 0
    Imm its more you quit and you miss the git push at the end
  • 0
    :w twice every minute.
  • 0
    That reminds me when I wrote lines to put on a DW report after 2 infernal hours working on Juniper routers on a mail to send to myself (the noob way of transferring from a userXY account to your own PC, I know, there's no other way)... my nerves made me forget to send the mail and draft wasn't saved.
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