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vlads
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Actual formatting in my high school textbook. (also fstream.h). And the code my teacher writes isn't much better.

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    Haha noi nici nu avem carti
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    Looks like it was once a properly format document until they crammed it in the textbook.
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    @hjk101 Could be. But considering the fact that the code we get sent in Word documents (yes, fucking Word documents) also looks like this, I doubt it.
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    @vlads I had to program in word once and it didn't compile because the quotes were in inverted like you would normally write on paper
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    Where are LaTeX and LSTListings when you need them?
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    Nothing gives the noob away as quickly as non-English source code.
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    Can I unsee?
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    @Fast-Nop Rubbish. Code in whatever language works for your organisation/students. Or whatever the coding standard at your place of work dictates.
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    @Sabro Gain a bit more industrial experience, say 20 years, then you will understand my point.
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    @Fast-Nop Don't worry, I have 20 years experience. Try working in 1) an English speaking country, 2) international company in non-English speaking country, and 3) government agency in non-English country, add some humility and then get back to me. For an absolute beginner, e.g. a student, a language that makes sense to them gives the best learning experience.
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    @Sabro Without English, you won't get a dev job anyway, not even in countries where English isn't the native language. There's no point in first learning nonsense and then changing.
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    wonder how hard would it be to make all c++ keywords localised. daca/atunci/altfel. then google translate and compile. truly universal. with ai and ml and stuff. lolcode better tho, imho
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    @Fast-Nop I can't help but feel there is a bit of mansplaining going on here. In many countries - I've been to a few of them myself - you _can_ get a dev job not speaking English, but that's beside the point. The code in the picture is not nonsense, it just has variable names in Romanian (?).
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    @jinx Doesn't sound *that* difficult. I'll see what I can do.
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    @Sabro mansplaining WTF? YOU started to chime in to ME, not the other way around. Plus that pulling off the sexism card out of nowhere is ridiculous, you can stick that to your ass.

    I simply rest my case that real world code that isn't in English is usually noob shit. You can handwaive all you want, but that's my real world experience over decades.
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    @Fast-Nop Ahahaha. Man, let me know if you need some Youtube videos to laugh at after this. I've been watching quite a few recently. Also, Jordan Peterson. 😂

    https://youtu.be/aMcjxSThD54
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    @Fast-Nop take a shot every time someone says you are a misogynist and try not to have liver failure
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    @Fast-Nop No cards being played here. My first comment was that code in your native language doesn't prove you're a noob. To which you responded I should get some more experience. My avatar is female + condescending comment... I call a spade a spade. You may find this concept difficult to grasp, but *drum roll* your life experience isn't actually gospel and others' may be different. Judging by your comments your "real world" seems awful small.
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    @Sabro So if someone has a female avatar or is female, no man should argue with or correct her, otherwise he's mansplaining?
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    @rutee07 No need to argue with anyone. "Gain a bit more experience and you'll see my point", I don't see as particularly constructive. It's their opinion that coding in your native language is always wrong, but it isn't the absolute truth.
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    @Sabro You just have different opinions. I still don't see how what he said has anything to do with you being female. If he said that to another man, it wouldn't be a problem.
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    @rutee07 muh feminism
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    @fuck2code Fuck you, man. I'm laughing like a crazy fuck in the car pool and I'm trying really hard to hide it. I think I'm gonna fart. 😂😂😂
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    @rutee07 oh no, be sure to keep your legs together, you don't want to manspread now do you?
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    @Sabro That's sexism on your side. Get rid of it and learn to cope with equal treatment.
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    @Fast-Nop @Sabro besides the name calling I must say there is truth in both. I personally hate to see native mixed in with the English keywords. Also most documentation and 3rd party code is in English. Making some tasks hard (but not impossible) when you don't speak English.
    There are counties where the vast majority of the population doesn't speak English. Companies there have a need for software development in there own language. They are not by definition noobs. I would bet there are better engineers than you that code in Russian, Spanish or Chinese.

    In my country I would try to get students to go for English asap. It would greatly improve there contributions and speed up there growth as a developer.
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