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It was funny for the first 2 paragraphs, but the last two are pretty stupid. Rewrite, anyone?

it's a copy of that other "accurate" wiki.

It was so fucking incorect!

#include <STD ISD PCO.h>
#include <mobile.h>
#include <sms.h>
#include <love.h>
#define Cute beautiful_lady // where the fuck is definition for beatiful_lady??

int main()
	goto college;
	scanf("100%" ,&ladies); //C uses scanf, not c++, dum fucks. c++ uses cin ?? operator!
	if(lady ==Cute)
		line++; //What line??
	while( !reply )
		printf("I Love U"); //again, no print f. cout << "I Love U";
		scanf("100%" ,&reply); //cin >> reply;
	if(reply == "GAALI") /* GAALI = ABUSE */
		main(); /* go back and repeat the process */
	else if(reply == "SANDAL ")
	else if(reply == "I Love U")
		lover =Cute;
		love = (heart*)malloc( sizeof(lover) );
	goto restaurant;
                if(pay  && lover) // dont want a crash, do we?
			pay->money = lover->money;
               } /* else { printf("geez, just saved us from a crash"); } */
		return(college) ;
		goto cinema;

edit Preincrement

I know it's a joke, but still: (int C=someInteger) C++ doesn't equal C=C+1, C=C+1 equals ++C. But that's not the same as C++.

The return value of the prefix ++ (++C) is C=C+1, but the postfix ++ (C++) returns C (the value before incrementation. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk • contribs)

Thank you for your comment. Some authors play fast-and-loose with the facts in devising their jokes, and that is legitimate here. If you can write something equally funny without the inaccuracy, please jump in. Spıke Ѧ 12:16 10-Jan-13

edit Errors in Last Example

The last example's errors:

scanf format strings are invalid. no newline in printf. cannot compare strings: must use strcmp from <string.h>. you use sizeof pointer in the malloc. no label college. braces around labels are unnecessary. thy coding style sucketh The preceding unsigned comment was added by Firefly431 (talk • contribs)

Sir, you might not realize that this is a humor website and that this page is not one of the "encyclopedia entries" but a discussion page. I repeat my advice in the previous section. Spıke Ѧ 00:43 11-Jan-13

edit contradictory

The first paragraph says C++ was created as a practical joke, but then in the History section it says it was created as a conspiracy or plot. I suggest consistency. One or the other should be eliminated. Michael9422 (talk) 03:37, July 2, 2016 (UTC)

edit picture from CppCon conference

I was thinking about adding a picture to the section 'the Future', or maybe in a new section. The caption for the picture would be something like "Attendees of the CppCon 2016 conference react to the announcement that the proposed new feature 'Attributes for Namespaces' has been approved and will be adopted for C++17."


It is worth adding?

--Michael9422 (talk) 14:16, October 3, 2016 (UTC)

You need permission? The article is not protected. See the top of your own talk page for how to code an illustration. Have fun! Spıke Radiomicrophone14:45 3-Oct-16
OK. I added a new section with a picture, but it does not render cleanly on my computer. The picture and caption clobber what follows. Is there a way to specify that the text and picture occupy the same level, but different sides?--Michael9422 (talk) 18:41, October 3, 2016 (UTC)

edit Design priciples

Spike, the reason that I had converted the principles into hexadecimal unicode characters for the Fraktur font was because I thought that they were more readable, even though using the math fraktur font is supposedly the same, they are actually slightly different. Notice for example the difference between the two fonts for the characters 'k' and 'w'.Michael9422 (talk) 21:16, February 19, 2017 (UTC)

I merely looked at the change summary, which suggested that something readable had been replaced by something unreadable. However, neither Fraktur rendition is significantly funnier than the text would be if rendered in normal text as an ordinary Uncyclopedia bulleted list, and both bear much less of a resemblance to an encyclopedia. Please do not waste all this time sculpting individual letters but write more funny stuff. Also, keep in mind that the Biblical Commandments meme has been overused-unto-trite (HTBFANJS) and that lists of Commandments will be extended by our anonymous overnight shift until very unfunny (UN:LIST). Spıke Radiomicrophone21:40 19-Feb-17
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