What it wants is a spelling checker.
Aw – ya went an’ fixed it! Now my comment makes no sense. :P
I’ve been using a whole lotta printf at work recently. This amuses me, probably more than it should :D
But π is a %f!
I didn’t get it your joke.
Please input an explaining:
In programming, particularly C/++, there’s a function called “scanf” that uses user input to create values you request. One of the parameters of the function is the “format” string, which uses commands with a % prefix – %d is the command for an integer.
Then, you have the joke “Give her the D”.
That’s the part I don’t get. I get the “%d” part, but I don’t get “Give her the ‘d’.” I have a feeling this is an early sign that I’m now old.
The ‘D’ stands for ‘dick’, so when the program asks for %d, it sounds like it asks to be fucked
In printf statements, used in C to display strings of text, you can insert an integer from elsewhere in your code into that text by typing %d.
I may need a really explicit explanation of the joke, and what makes it funny. I think either I’m missing something, or I’ve been a programmer too long.
I laughed /entirely/ too hard at this. I may be a nerd.
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