Guess the programming language



  • Good idea, but unfortunately, too easy.

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    The offered alternatives were awful. "C#, C++ or Haskell" Really? Even if I had no idea what's haskell, I'd have no problems guessing that.


  • Impossible Mission - B

    Protip: if you want to make it challenging for someone to guess the PHP language, don't put an opening tag that says "php" as the very first line of your snippet!



  • 0_1475588086610_upload-b8622247-743b-4c0b-9dde-0da1d33f3bea
    Chicken.


  • Impossible Mission - B

    I got 20/20 too. I had to guess a few of them by process of elimination, but yeah, this wasn't all that hard even though I have no experience in most of the languages they mentioned.



  • 17 out of 20.

    Makes it way too easy by having too many giveaways. Gee, I wonder if the code with use warnings and use strict is Perl.



  • 20 out of 20. Agreed, the alternatives were awful, especially as towards the end it was two common languages that were already used as the correct answer and one new more obscure language.



  • Got 19/20 because that Chicken program looks like valid Haskell.



  • I got 17. One of those (erlang) was because I apparently missed clicking the radio button. O)ne was I wasn't sure if python or scala...guess I should have gone with the obvious and assumed that only python is awful enough to not mark blocks. I forget what the other one was.

    I liked the javascript alert() one with all the square brackets and Brainfuck as an option.



  • 0_1475588858722_Capture.PNG

    While it looks like Rust, it doesn't seem to be valid code. At least not in post-1.0 Rust.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    The only ones I didn't know were the Scala and Rust ones, but with those I could trivially eliminate the other alternatives. 20/20

    Of more interest is why did they use images of text!? :anger:



  • @boomzilla said in Guess the programming language:

    I liked the javascript alert() one with all the square brackets and Brainfuck as an option.

    That was the only remotely clever answer section.

    If they put the same thought into other questions, the quiz would have been much better.


  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    Easy.
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  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    @boomzilla said in Guess the programming language:

    only python is awful enough to not mark blocks

    Well, I mean, it's whitespace based block marking.

    So.

    :nauseated_face:


  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    why did they use images of text!?

    So you can't Google it easily?


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @sloosecannon said in Guess the programming language:

    So you can't Google it easily?

    Which will only work for about 30 seconds until GIS catches up?


  • SockDev

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    Of more interest is why did they use images of text!? :anger:

    to prevent cheating by googling, obvously


  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    @sloosecannon said in Guess the programming language:

    So you can't Google it easily?

    Which will only work for about 30 seconds until GIS catches up?

    I'm not giving you a good reason, I'm just giving you a reason :P


  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election



  • This was funny quiz. Maybe I ask people at next interview.


  • kills Dumbledore

    20/20. There was only one that I didn't either know or was able to trivially exclude two of the three options. That one was a bit of an educated guess


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @Jaloopa said in Guess the programming language:

    That one was a bit of an educated guess

    Chicken chicken chicken
    Chicken
    :chicken:


  • kills Dumbledore

    @dkf I was disappointed there was no LolCode

    OH HAI
    I CAN HAS INTEGER?
    KTHXBAI
    


  • @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    Of more interest is why did they use images of text!?

    Future-proofing for when they include Piet.





  • @Zecc said in Guess the programming language:

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    Of more interest is why did they use images of text!?

    Future-proofing for when they include Piet.

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  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    19, said "Objective-C" instead of "C#". All the others I either recognized immediately, or like the Scala one, was able to determine by eliminating the languages I did know.



  • 20/20. Whatever other people said. Process of elimination for the few ones that I did not recognize (swift, ruby & go IIRC). Fairly meh.



  • @Jaloopa said in Guess the programming language:

    @dkf I was disappointed there was no LolCode

    OH HAI
    I CAN HAS INTEGER?
    KTHXBAI
    

    Me too!



  • Damn, I suck. 18.



  • What I learned: I never want to touch scala or objective-c, now that I know what they look like.


  • Impossible Mission - B

    @Magus

    1986 - Brad Cox and Tom Love create Objective-C, announcing "this language has all the memory safety of C combined with all the blazing speed of Smalltalk." Modern historians suspect the two were dyslexic.

    2003 - A drunken Martin Odersky sees a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup ad featuring somebody's peanut butter getting on somebody else's chocolate and has an idea. He creates Scala, a language that unifies constructs from both object oriented and functional languages. This pisses off both groups and each promptly declares jihad.

    -- James Iry, A Brief, Incomplete, and Mostly Wrong History of Programming Languages


  • Dupa

    @cartman82 said in Guess the programming language:

    Good idea, but unfortunately, too easy.

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    The offered alternatives were awful. "C#, C++ or Haskell" Really? Even if I had no idea what's haskell, I'd have no problems guessing that.

    It's an utter shit. It accepts no answer as a wrong answer.

    Great!


  • Dupa

    @sloosecannon said in Guess the programming language:

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    why did they use images of text!?

    So you can't Google it easily?

    Good thing they made it hard for all those pesky cheaters who'd like Google their way to a perfect score and all the fame an swagger that comes with it.


  • Dupa

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    @Jaloopa said in Guess the programming language:

    That one was a bit of an educated guess

    Chicken chicken chicken
    Chicken
    :chicken:

    Hey, a lie repeated often enough became the truth!


  • Dupa

    @Karla said in Guess the programming language:

    Damn, I suck. 18.

    Great Craigslist ad!



  • @cartman82 said in Guess the programming language:

    Good idea, but unfortunately, too easy.

    Given that the intended audience is supposed to have “a life time of programming excellence to make it through” I think I’d agree looking at the scores above. Even I (a hobby programmer not fluent in any except swearing at language documentation writers) got 17/20, though I have to admit some I only got by eliminating the answers that I knew they weren’t.

    @Magus said in Guess the programming language:

    I never want to touch scala or objective-c, now that I know what they look like.

    I’m so glad Swift exists now. Even though I fight with it as well (all those bloody !s that I can’t see a reason for but which break your program if you leave them out), at least the code is readable.



  • @Gurth said in Guess the programming language:

    Given that the intended audience is supposed to have “a life time of programming excellence to make it through” I think I’d agree looking at the scores above. Even I (a hobby programmer not fluent in any except swearing at language documentation writers) got 17/20, though I have to admit some I only got by eliminating the answers that I knew they weren’t.

    I think someone who's had a lifetime of programming excellence to make it through will be less, not more, familiar with current-decade hipster and esoteric languages.



  • @PleegWat said in Guess the programming language:

    current-decade hipster and esoteric languages

    On the other hand, the avid WTDWTF reader will have been exposed to most of this menagerie of languages. Go from ben_lubar, ruby from our favourite forum software, brainfuckJS from the current one, and Visual Basic from the original one. :trolleybus:


  • Impossible Mission - B

    Why does Boo get no love?


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @cvi said in Guess the programming language:

    On the other hand, the avid WTDWTF reader will have been exposed to most of this menagerie of languages. Go from ben_lubar, ruby from our favourite forum software, brainfuckJS from the current one, and Visual Basic from the original one.

    If I'd been running the questionnaire, I would've been tempted to stick to just the languages that actually have a functioning job market, as the menagerie of esoteric languages is just far too vast and obscure as any CS student with half a brain can write one of those, and frequently does…



  • Can you identify the following programming languages?

    1:

    /
    ///!/\/.\\0\/,\\,0,\\,1\/\/.\\1\/,\\,0\/\/,\\,\/.\/\/+\\+\/=\\=.\\1-\/
    \/=\\=\/+\\+\//!!!!!!!!!/.///+\+///-/\\\///0/1//1/*/++.1
    

    2:

    # Prints the integers consecutively.  Each
    # integer n is printed as a line of n asterisks.
    ````s``s`ks``s`k`si``s`kk``s`k
                                 `s``s`ksk # Increment
                                ``s`k
                                    ``s``s``si`k.*`kri # Print n (and return n)
                                   i`ki
      `ki # The number zero (replace by i to start from one)
     ``s``s`ks``s`k`si``s`kk``s`k # Ditto (other half-loop)
                                `s``s`ksk
                               ``s`k
                                   ``s``s``si`k.*`kri
                                  i`ki
    

    3:

    HAI
    
    VISIBLE "O HAI!"
    
    HOW DUZ I SHOWBEERZ YR NUMBEERZ
        DIFFRINT NUMBEERZ AN 69
        O RLY?
            YA RLY
                MOD OF NUMBEERZ AN 3, WTF?
                    OMG 0
                        VISIBLE "Wahl haz " NUMBEERZ " botlez!!"
                        GTFO
                    OMG 1
                        VISIBLE NUMBEERZ " botlez uv beer on teh wahl!"
                        GTFO
                    OMGWTF
                        VISIBLE NUMBEERZ " botlez uv beer stihl on teh wahl!"
                OIC
            NO WAI
                VISIBLE "Da funy # 69 iz haow many botlez there iz!"
        OIC
        GTFO
    IF U SAY SO
    
    I HAS A BEERZVAR ITZ 99
    
    IM IN YR LOOP NERFIN YR BEERZVAR TIL BOTH SAEM BEERZVAR AN 1
        VISIBLE "Therez " BEERZVAR " beerz on teh wahl..."
        VISIBLE "Takez wun daown, passez it around..."
        SHOWBEERZ DIFF OF BEERZVAR AN 1
    IM OUTTA YR LOOP
    
    VISIBLE "Jus wun botle uv beer on teh wahl!"
    VISIBLE "Takez it daown, passez it around..."
    VISIBLE "No moar botlez of beer on teh wahl!"
    VISIBLE "Goez to stoar, getz sum moar..."
    VISIBLE "99 botlez of beer is on teh wahl again, jus liek b4!"
    
    VISIBLE "KTHXBYE"
    
    KTHXBYE
    

    4:

    _0::=_
    
    1_::=1++
    0_::=0++
    
    0++::=1
    01++::=10
    11++::=1++0
    _1++::=10
    
    __::=_//_
    //::=:::
    
     ::= 
    
    __
    

    5:

    HQ9+
    

    6:

    (aBA@?>=<;:9876543210/.-,JH)('&%$#"!~}|{zy\J6utsrq
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    K~<;4987654321a/.-,\*)
    j
    !~%|{zya}|{zyxwvutsrqSonmlO
    jLhg`edcba`_^]\[ZYXWV8TSRQ4
    ONM/KJIBGFE>CBA@?>=<;{9876w
    43210/.-m+*)('&%$#"!~}|{zy\
    wvunslqponmlkjihgfedcEa`_^A
    \>ZYXWPUTSRQPONMLKJIH*FEDC&
    A@?>=<;:9876543210/.-m+*)(i
    &%$#"!~}|{zyxwvutsrqpRnmlkN
    ihgfedcba`_^]\[ZYXWVU7SRQP3
    NMLKJIHGFEDCBA@?>=<;:z8765v
    3210/.-,+*)('&%$#"!~}_{zyx[
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    7:

    	DO (5) NEXT
        (5) DO FORGET #1
    	PLEASE WRITE IN :1
    	DO .1 <- '?":1~'#32768$#0'"$#1'~#3
    	DO (1) NEXT
    	DO :1 <- "'?":1~'#65535$#0'"$#65535'
    		~'#0$#65535'"$"'?":1~'#0$#65535'"
    		$#65535'~'#0$#65535'"
    	DO :2 <- #1
    	PLEASE DO (4) NEXT
        (4) DO FORGET #1
    	DO .1 <- "?':1~:2'$#1"~#3
    	DO :1 <- "'?":1~'#65535$#0'"$":2~'#65535
    		$#0'"'~'#0$#65535'"$"'?":1~'#0
    		$#65535'"$":2~'#0$#65535'"'~'#0$#65535'"
    	DO (1) NEXT
    	DO :2 <- ":2~'#0$#65535'"
    		$"'":2~'#65535$#0'"$#0'~'#32767$#1'"
    	DO (4) NEXT
        (2) DO RESUME .1
        (1) PLEASE DO (2) NEXT
    	PLEASE FORGET #1
    	DO READ OUT :1
    	PLEASE DO .1 <- '?"':1~:1'~#1"$#1'~#3
    	DO (3) NEXT
    	PLEASE DO (5) NEXT
        (3) DO (2) NEXT
    	PLEASE GIVE UP
    

    Ah... I can't find the one that's Piet but using steganography so you can turn any image into a program.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @anonymous234

    3 and 5 ought to be slam-dunks. :)
    Is 6 something like Malbolge? I've never actually read any of that one, so I really don't know.
    And I suspect 7 is INTERCAL…



  • Why did they write their own y combinator for the Haskell one?



  • @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    If I'd been running the questionnaire, I would've been tempted to stick to just the languages that actually have a functioning job market

    My job involves TTCN-3 language.


  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    @Gąska said in Guess the programming language:

    @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    If I'd been running the questionnaire, I would've been tempted to stick to just the languages that actually have a functioning job market

    My job involves TTCN-3 language.

    Wow that language is as bad as it sounds.



  • @pydsigner no. It's worse.



  • The language we deal with at work is insane and has multiple versions of its own syntax depending on the sort of code you're writing, and has text macros. Sound like lisp? I wish it was that good or mainstream...


  • Impossible Mission Players - A

    @anonymous234 I liked #3. It sounded cute.


  • Impossible Mission - B

    @Magus said in Guess the programming language:

    The language we deal with at work is insane and has multiple versions of its own syntax depending on the sort of code you're writing, and has text macros. Sound like lisp? I wish it was that good or mainstream...

    REBOL?



  • @dkf said in Guess the programming language:

    @Jaloopa said in Guess the programming language:

    That one was a bit of an educated guess

    Chicken chicken chicken
    Chicken
    :chicken:

    Chicken chicken chicken – 04:06
    — Yoram Bauman


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