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Jon Ledbetter
02/22/06 11:04
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#110521 - SIMPLE programming language

SIMPLE is an acronym for Sheer Idiot's Monopurpose Programming Language Environment. This language, developed at the Hanover College for Technological Misfits, was designed to make it impossible to write code with errors in it. The statements are, therefore, confined to BEGIN, END and STOP. No matter how you arrange the statements, you can't make a syntax error. Programs written in SIMPLE do nothing useful. Thus they achieve the results of programs written in other languages without the tedious, frustrating process of testing and debugging.

List of 11 messages in thread
SIMPLE programming language      Jon Ledbetter      02/22/06 11:04      
   sounds like a igNobel candidate      Erik Malund      02/22/06 11:20      
   Impossible errors?      Craig Steiner      02/22/06 12:06      
      I just saw it and thought it was funny      Jon Ledbetter      02/22/06 12:09      
      Of course not...      Neil Kurzman      02/22/06 18:55      
   one thing missing      Erik Malund      02/22/06 12:38      
   ah but      Jez Smith      02/22/06 14:44      
      Been there done that      Craig Steiner      02/22/06 15:40      
         C+-      Oliver Sedlacek      02/23/06 03:27      
            C and C++      Andy Peters      02/24/06 23:04      
               Enlightened      Oliver Sedlacek      02/27/06 07:04      

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