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Holy Programming

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Humor

While looking for some Python codes using Google Code Search (beta), I got bored and remembered an article entitled “F*cking programming”. A search query using profane words will reveal the evil and yet funny side of the people behind the codes. So, I began to wonder and think of the opposite side or character of programmers. I searched for “God”.

The results were quite surprising. Here are some of them:

/* My caller (my_socketpair) has validated that this is non-NULL */
fd[0] = sockets[0];
fd[1] = sockets[1];
/* I hereby declare this connection open. May God bless all who cross
her. */
return 0;

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