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I wasn't believing in horror until now.

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    Genius.
    Mad, mad, genius.
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    One of my university profs shared a story about a student who didn't like semicolons at the end of each line, so he added one as a first character of each.
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    Wasn't that a python dev in java department
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    I kinda like it
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    This is my last day on earth. My final words, change the world
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    Dear God why?
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    @kurast It's okay to admit having a problem. The important part is - you made the first step towards healing.
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    This is absolute genious! Now you too can convert C# or java or C or C++ to python with these easy steps!
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    Lol i was hovering my thumb over the braces for a minute wondering what was actually wrong, went to go back and move on with my life and was appalled
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    Wow! Really smart! Creative! Artistic! *Admire code for 30 more seconds, format with IDE*
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    @gronostaj i did that in my high school. but only in one project, after i got fed up with Delphi's compiler reporting incorrect lines for missing semicolons.

    turns out when you add them as first char on the line, the line numbers it reports become correct.
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    Lol 😅
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    I bet it took a heck of time to organise those braces than writing the code itself.
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    But it doesn't matter at all
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    Why not just throw braces out of screen!?
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    @jonsnow69 Unless one of the lines is a bit longer and you have to shift the "bracket gutter" right and your git diff is now a mess. Or you decide to drop one loop/condition/whatever so normally the diff would show two removed lines and some whitespace changes, but now you're getting changes in lines that contain irrelevant logic because you have braces there.
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    He though that aligning those commas will load faster.😂
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    This is horror and beauty at the same time! A true piece of art.
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