• A (unregistered)

    Call frist

  • Warren Burstein (unregistered)

    Is there a no-thiotimoline option on those noodles?

  • my name is missing (unregistered)

    A møøse bit your exception, the people responsible for the møøse have thrown an exception and have been terminated.

  • Naomi (unregistered) in reply to my name is missing
    public interface Moose {
        void biteGently(@NonNull Sister sister) throws NastyException;
  • Tim (unregistered)

    The c# generics one is probably because whatever is rendering the HTML isn't escaping angle brackets.

  • Simon Clarkstone (unregistered)

    707 minutes is 12 hours minus 13 minutes. I reckon something thought that 12:08 am was 13 minutes after 11:55 am.

  • Karl Bolkov (unregistered)

    I must be too logical to think "ready in -707 minutes" means "it was done 11 hours and 47 minutes ago."

  • Nathan (unregistered)

    Time is not experienced linearly. It is, however, monotonic.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Nathan

    It's linear so long as you keep your gravitational field strength and your speed constant.

  • doubtingposter (unregistered) in reply to cellocgw

    Which isn't hard to do when everyone's stuck at home!

  • Nathan (unregistered) in reply to cellocgw

    Hehe, I was thinking more of boredom and ennui.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Nathan

    Please tell me you intended to make a pun on "monotonic" vs. "monotonous"

  • Erwin (unregistered)

    As long as every thrown exception on average throws less than one other exception itself, the exceptions will peter out in the end.

  • Diane B (unregistered)

    Too lazy to look up drucken but not too lazy to ask you to have done it for me.

  • Officer Johnny Holzkopf (unregistered) in reply to Diane B

    "BILLIGER!" = cheaper; "Biite PDF drucken!" = please print PDF. Isn't it nice when the finished label tells you what to do in order to properly finish the label?

  • I dunno LOL ¯\(°_o)/¯ (unregistered)

    "Listen here Jack, how do I open PDF?"

  • (nodebb) in reply to Simon Clarkstone

    I was thinking similarly, but more like: your order placed at 12:52pm will be ready for pickup at 1:05pm.

  • löchleindeluxe (unregistered)

    That's how you know you should order something else for a change. "Have you done the order for the korma gal yet?" – "But she's not ordered yet" – "But she will, and it'll be korma, extra mild, with two naan".

  • Terion (unregistered)

    The real WTF is that on the C# test all accepted answers start with List scores =. That's Java AFAIK (haven't done Java in a while).

    In C# it would be var scores =

  • Zuris (unregistered) in reply to Terion

    That's only if you want to leave determining the type up to the compiler. List scores = is just as valid in C# as var scores = is, and it's usually up to the organisation which one you want to use. Quizzes like this - especially if they are generic - would tend to use the List scores = version to reduce the chance of students not understanding one or more of the potential answers (for example, if they haven't been taught the var keyword yet - I wasn't taught that keyword at all in college or university).

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