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Post 15 Jul 2014, 22:38
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Java could be some kind of a pyramid?
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OCaml should look like a Camel
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Asm would look like Warehouse 13 - a simple cube, but with lots inside!
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Post 16 Jul 2014, 16:48
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<Insert disclaimer about terrible puns/jokes/rage-venting/english etc here>

Java would be a place where everything had a sign for no reason. People would multiply by mitosis and continually grow out of control until either the garbage men come (every blue moon or so) or the place collapses. They also take exception to just about anything you do so most people end up throwing them out the window. Every few weeks there are breaches to the building that are either hastily and poorly repaired or never fixed.

OCaml would be a place that's always being rented out.

Python would be maze of rooms and corridors that don't line up properly with furniture that doesn't fit because it was all just flung together, despite claims that the architects have it all nicely planned out. The building still isn't finished but the architect continues to make changes based on what the other buildings around it have done; there's even some extensions that almost join it with the Java and C buildings either side of it.

C would be a library that continually has plumbing problems. If you ask the staff for pointers, they may give you an array of information you weren't expecting. On the plus side, there's a wing that's more friendly - so much so there are people in there with more than two parents.

csh would be a waste processing plant that can't separate the recycling from the landfill so it has to use an external sub-contractor.

bash would be a tunnel full of exports where things start normal enough then suddenly everything is backwards.

Everything about the AT&T building would look terrible.

In the ARM building, nobody would know exactly what they were working on; so they'd hand the customers the tools and make them rebuild everything every time.

As you enter the Intel building everything would look a bit 80's but upstairs on the secure floors things would be better though it's a long way to the top floor.

MIPS wouldn't be a building; just five bits of pipe connected together.

Everything in the Lisp building would be held with brackets.
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FASM's preprocessor + macro language would be a Rube Goldberg device http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rube_Goldberg_machine.

Visual Basic would be a group of trained monkeys in stylish suits controlling a very large and slow moving robot or mobile fortress.

C++ would be a football field sized hedge maze with a sturdy metal catwalk (with no safety rails) 25 meters above it connecting the start and finish in a straight line.

Ruby would be a human pyramid made out of linguists.
Post 16 Jul 2014, 18:34
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r22 wrote:
Ruby would be a human pyramid made out of linguists.


Then what about Perl?
Post 16 Jul 2014, 22:42
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visual basic would be a commercial room made for retards.
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i try to see like below,

assembly language is like building a pyramid, brick by brick, (assumption here, there are just too many conspiracies on how pyramids were built), but i assume, they were done stone by stone, one by one, therefore, we could see really unique uniqueness here) all human efforts, with assumption, no machine involve,

c is like building a modern world houses, shop lots, tower,
they involve machine to help them, still need human, but machines helps on processing those raw materials into instant usable materials,

c++ is same like c with a greater budget to purchase more expensive machines

vb is like a 3D building, you draw it on screen, then send to 3D printer to print out,
Quote:

Giant 3D printer creates 10 full-sized houses in a DAY: Bungalows built from layers of waste materials cost less than £3,000 each

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2615076/Giant-3D-printer-creates-10-sized-houses-DAY-Bungalows-built-layers-waste-materials-cost-3-000-each.html

then we got javascript, php, perl, which are more on scripting languages,
they are trying to invade system languages from time to time,
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