• Supersonic Tumbleweed (unregistered)

    Escape from Frist Comment

  • bvs23bkv33 (unregistered)

    real wtf here is that first pic's file is Pic-4.png

  • (nodebb) in reply to bvs23bkv33

    Nah, calling the first pic Pic-4 is not an issue.

    However, the W3C validator would like the editor to see him later... https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Fthedailywtf.com%2Farticles%2Fthe-error-is-terror

  • Decius (unregistered)

    The frist error is running spellcheck on code.

  • Zach (unregistered)

    For the Jumble Jong picture it took me a while to find it, but I saw on the bottom left the word is "undefined"

  • PenguinF (unregistered)

    Ahhh, so M&M stands for Men's Mountain.

  • (nodebb)

    She may be a Zoroastrian terrorist, but throwing terms like that at her just makes her seem more hawt. ๐Ÿ˜

  • bobcat (unregistered)

    Fun fact: using Zoroaster as a variable name brings the blessings of Ahura Mazda upon your code. This may cause some problems with booleans.

  • James (unregistered)

    This article is what made me stop bothering with this site. Author can't even escape bold mode, at least 2 of these weren't really WTF's and one was so vague I gave up looking.

    Goodbye, forever.

  • jgh (unregistered)

    Clearly a Yorkshire programmer.

  • . (unregistered) in reply to Decius

    It's a string literal in the code though.

  • Smikth (unregistered) in reply to .

    Yes, it's a string literal. This is, in fact, a SPELL CHECKER extension to Visual Studio, with all the limitations of normal word processor spell checkers. I recognise it because I use it myself! And last time I looked, "Lasterror" is not a word in the English language.

    However, that very spell checker recognises that PascalCase words are fine (unlike a word processor's spell checker)--so the TRWTF is not using "LastError:" Or even the English words, "Last Error:"

  • Brett (unregistered)

    The real wtf here is that there is only one flavor of M&M ๐Ÿ˜ณ

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