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  • Chuck Norris can finish an infite loop in 1.3 seconds.
  • Code written by Chuck Norris cannot be optimized.
  • Chuck Norris doesn't need compilers nor editors. He roundhouse kicks the disk and the bytecode appears.
  • Chuck Norris doesn't use GOTO. Code comes to him.
  • Chuck Norris had a brief conversation with Donald Knuth in the early 60s. Donald is still writing about it.
  • Chuck Norris was once angry at the world. So he created Windows.
  • 90% of the worlds spam is handtyped by Chuck Norris. It takes him only 3 minutes.
  • Every time you don't use "use strict" Chuck Norris kills a kitty.
  • All the good code on CPAN has been written by Chuck Norris.
  • Chuck Norris can fill a ZFS in seconds, without boiling his blood.
  • The best compression algorithm in existence are Chuck Norris fists.
  • The one true bracing style is the one Chuck Norris uses.
  • Chuck Norris doesn't use subroutines to break down long streches of code. He roundhouse kicks instead.
  • Every program Chuck Norris has written can be run backwards. It will rollback whatever it did.
  • No matter how you encrypt your traffic, Chuck Norris can read it by just looking at the cable. His ears can intercept wifi transmissions.

In reply to Re^2: "Chuck Norris"-ing code by JavaFan
in thread "Chuck Norris"-ing code by brian_d_foy

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