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cygnus
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Nothing like having to work on a codebase which has most of the class and variable names in a language you don't speak :/

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  • 4
    Geh bitte, des is doch voi supa, oda?

    Do leanst wenigstns gscheit wos dazua!
  • 3
    Google translate.

    I once worked on a project that had Danish and English mixed to hell and back.

    Eg:
    var list_of_strings = {"danish", "words", "here"}
    var storste = fetch_storste_string(list_of_strings)

    My brain cried trying to make sense of half of it. I Would highly not recommend working with a multi language code base if you want to keep your sanity.
  • 4
    @DirtEffect bitte sag mir, dass du keinen österreichischen Code schreibstšŸ˜¬
  • 3
    @jonas-w

    std::schreibausse << "Oba fix" << std::passtscho;
  • 3
    @C0D4 Good luck with google translate if it is something like a Swiss German dialect or Austrian German. Google doesn't understand that.
  • 2
    Well, you obviously understand a bit of English, and the variable/type/function names are limited to ASCII, so that language can't be that different from a language that you already know.
  • 3
    @jonas-w @DirtEffect WAS IN DREITEUFELSNAMEN WIRD DAS WENN'S FERTIG IST WENN ICH FRAGEN DARF
  • 2
    @Ranchonyx I schreib des wos da Blechtrottl mochn soi, wos glaubst?
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