When I spend 3 hours debugging and it turns out to be a typo

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    Would that actually work? Can you use Emoji in JS?

    I've seen it before and thought it was just a troll.
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    I always search in the file for the variable to see if i matches, more often that not, it doesn't
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    @1n9i9c7om since it's not a literal value and not a keyword it should be a value identifier
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    3hours? I spent almost an entire day finding a bug because I somehow managed to type an í in a variable name instead of i ...fuuuuuu
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    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @mrmarbury
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    I think you can use emoji's as variable identifiers in the latest release of Swift!
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    Keep using Sublime Text and waste your life. My IDE would slap me in the face for typos like this.
    I can't get it. Why people, why?!
    One of my work colleagues uses Sublime. Determined. One can tell straight away by the amount of tiny errors he makes. That sublime stench....
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    @1nfiniteLoop @Krokoklemme it's a character that has a value and can totally be used thatπŸ–•way
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    @riverForce isn't that exactly what I said?
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    Probably...Downvote my ignorance. Too lazy to scroll tho + reread
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