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    • Mistress 6 apr
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    • if (score >= 85) {println(“PASSED”);} if (score <= 85) {println(“FAILED”);}
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    • if(score <= 85){cout << "FAILED";} if(score >= 85){cout << "PASSED";}
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    • If( score >= 85){ return pass;} else { return fail;}
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    • Dumbass programmer probably did some stupid shit like if (score <= 85) { //print failed} followed by if (score >= 85) { //print passed}
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    • So somebody used 2 “ifs” rather than an if and an else.
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    • When your Boolean expression doesn’t have a less than OR equal to
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    • As a scripter I can confirm that this is a result of a tard coder
      Eyal282 6 apr
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    • Stupid programmer used to many equal signs
      RTruce 6 apr
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    • This is what happens when you set something to >= 85 as well as setting it to <= 85 in a code
      Toruuu 6 apr
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    • When you write a code, make sure your if/then includes at least two conditions AND an else statement.
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    • You failed successfully
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    • The code definitely had an I’d loop saying that if the score was less than or equal to 85, put the word failed and if the score was greater than it equal to 85 put passed there
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    • I did that with the Word certification test 700 to pass out of 1000, and 700 works
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    • How the fuck is an 85 even a fail on an exam? The fuck?
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    • Who the hell does both <= and >=???????
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    • That’s some really shitty programming right there
      Sambro_X 6 apr
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    • Unfunny people: *chimney photos*
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    • A moment of silence for the programmer who forgot >=
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    • Correction: If( score >= 85 ) System.out.println(“PASSED”); else System.out.println(“FAILED”);
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    • Komron 6 apr
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    • I love how people who design tests and stuff for schools are just the literal worst at programming anything functional
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    • Doods gotta work on his if/then statements
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    • When you accidentally put a >= instead of a >
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    • Sounds like someone forgot to remove the =.
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    • If(score>85) System.out.println(“passed”) elseif(score<85) System.out.println(“failed”) I bet they put equal to
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      ChiefLT 6 apr
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    • Yeah, the problem is likely two conditional statements (not bound by an else operator, not necessarily bad logic) and using concatenation to maintain scope on a result variable. Funny as fuck.
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    • The code didnt put it less than 85 or greater than or equal to 85. They put greater and less than or equal to 85.. thus causing confusion
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    • I work in application development. No programmers seem to be more incompetent than those working on educational projects, and its quite ironic.
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    • Is this meme dead? Well yes, but actually no
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    • if (score < 85){ std::cout << "You Failed;} else {std::cout << "You Passed";}
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    • Bitch learn to code. You can’t just use the same logical operators for this. You have to make sure that only one of them is checking if it’s greater/less than or equal to.
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    • that's a pass
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    • That is some shitty programming, wow. I’m not even sure how you could mess up something that simple
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    • I took my MSSC exam for OSHA Safety and got a 76.0 on it (with the minimum passing score being a 76%) and the website nearly crashed
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    • Required score: 85.9% Your score: 85.8%
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    • You need an 85 to fucking pass what
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