Thursday, March 15, 2007


A programmers problem in C language:

How do you print a new line of information on a console?
Turn the problem into itself, recursive
How do you print the symbol \ followed by n on console?
Then how do you print the symbol \ followed by \ followed by n?

\ is a popular way to express the inexpressible because new line is a concept not an axiomatic symbol like: a,b,c
Just as one uses . to denote an end of line in English language. So whenever you have to comment about the dot you have to write d followed by o followed by t (as I did few characters back) or use '.'

Surely our computer and there arcane languages are no contender against our evolutionary advanced hair covered CPUs

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