some of you may know me as "viba"

has PhDs in Eisenlangs and Windows Crap Edition

— viba

a very long time ago

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viba #3539


viba #3495

oh no the numbers are going to murder me

viba #3446


viba (edited ) #2895

purple is closest to vibapink

edit: apioforum purple happens to look pretty close to vibapink actually

viba #2827

imagine doing webdev lol

(i generally disagree with the concept of webdev existing (webdev is malware :trol:))

viba #2819

wait actually "all the hipsters are starting to use it" applies more to Rust than C++ because C++ is like 30 years old

pretend im good at using words for a second......

viba #2817

although tbh there is no programming language that i can justify my reasons for disliking, because i don't have any actual experiences with them. usually they're just languages that all the hipsters are starting to use and which i've sworn on my life to never use because im too Cool and Based for them. this includes C++ and Rust.

viba #2811

every programming language that i don't like is malware

viba #2810

honestly yeah he is

viba #2390

how unfortunate. lipogram time

viba #2231

alasa pan

OR: lanpan pan

viba #2229

рундим кинлунг празанса шул амарџа већен упеифиром.

viba #2227

виеса шул ба.

ђара ба уприксемутали зари раузин фир ђес

viba #2134

if you think multiplicatively (as most human brains do), 2 (TWO) is quite different from 1 (one) (single), as it is DOUBLE (2*x) the value.

viba #2129

ah. the "trolling" part was non serious so i was 100% correct.

viba #2127

my (totally definitely reasonable) hypothesis is that kit invented a nonstandard video file format and is trolling all of us.

viba #2126

not necessarily true. perhaps it contains video data, but in a nonstandard format that MPV would not recognize.

viba #2112

that is roughly 0% helpful.

viba #2085

me when I converse

viba #2047

some words i like include "orb", "capsule", "void", "porcelain", and probably many others im forgetting because trying to enumerate all of this is exhausting

viba #1994


that reminds me i should totally implement vurl in scratch

viba #1973

i didnt know that the angle bracket syntax existed. wow!

viba #1959

vurl source code is now available, or something

viba #1955

it does not. it is written in Lua, which uses its own thing instead of regex

viba #1951

it is an interpreter, and because I am the one who wrote it, it is almost certainly weird.

viba #1947
print "this is vurl, viba's useless rudimentary language."

print "how many bees would you like?"
set n (input)
set i 1
while (lte [i] [n])
    print "bee"
    set i (add [i] 1)
print (join "generation of " (join [n] " bees complete."))
viba #1743

anyways, to ensure that it is not forgotten that this thread is about the B programming language:

the B programming language.

viba #1739

Yes, but I have done it with a word that is not "I".