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wicho
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What "debug" word do you use to see if you code reaches that point in the execution?
Mine is "perro" (dog in spanish)
die('perro');
console.log('perro')
print('perro')

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  • 3
    1 for what is supposed to happen and 0 for what's not supposed to happen
  • 3
    "1" "2" "3" "4" "5" because I'm lazy and don't want to use the chrome debugger.

    When it comes to words? Classic ones like "boobs" and "test"
  • 3
    Something obscene.
  • 2
    In Italy we use:
    console.log("porco dio");
  • 2
    Yolo
    Shall be here
    You here moda foka
    Damn seriously, just be here
  • 2
    Usually:

    HEREDUMBASS

    Occasionally:

    THIS
  • 1
  • 0
    @giampio What does this mean?
  • 1
    Oh, Mexican aquí. Nice. Greetings desde Guanajuato.
  • 2
    “a”
  • 1
    @iamavalos Saludos paisano! Soy de Chihuahua pero orita vivo en el otro lado.
  • 1
    Foo, bar, baz, foobar in that order. You're faster with multiple "breakpoints" (or just use a fucking debugger...)
  • 1
    @wicho Is a very bad phrase.
  • 1
    I've never seen "die" but, if I did, I'd have to use "fledermaus" as my word.

    die("fledermaus")

    Maybe have some Mozart playing...
  • 1
    @JustThat justPhpThings
  • 2
    "goddamnworkplz". Possibly "fuckthisshit" when the app is being exceptionally unreasonable.
  • 2
    @giampio e mo je rispondi 😂😂

    Usually mine are sentences like "Here we are!" or quotes from movies like "Wolf there, execution here!"
  • 1
    > die('perro')
    ¿Eso es por lo del refrán de... "Muerto el perro se acabó la rabia"? 😁
  • 1
    @cafecortado jajaja no, la uso porque es una palabra que casi nunca vas a hallar en una aplicación
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