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How do you program????

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how do you program????
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by:ozo
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Fine, thank you.
How are you?
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by:psdavis
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In the nude.  With a large bag of M&M and a diet Pepsi.

What are you asking?
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by:heyhey_
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i don't program

i just answer all kinds of questions

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by:Booth882
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alright, but theres always tomorrow!
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by:siabod
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with the aid of a keyboard.
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by:pagladasu
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Actually programming is very dry - no poetry involved. Everything boils down to some statements and lots of ifs and elses.

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by:TheMadManiac
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Pepsi light.. uhmm why not Coca Cola? or do you have to watch your 'line' ? grin. ok.. And with a lot of hard music on. It keeps me in the right mood
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by:yaelie
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Coke? Pepsi? naa...coffee :)
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by:visualc
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!!!!@##!@!@????!!!!%&****!!!!????
:-))
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by:dinom
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I get it, I got it, I know it's good.  The code I write, you wish you would.
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by:thresher_shark
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I program with a computer, a keyboard, and spare time.  How do you program?
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by:arunm
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badly!
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laeuchli earned 50 total points
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Don't get the question but I am willing to answer it. could you reprase it?

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