One of the hardships about being Canadian is that most programming languages are quite simply rude. Descriptions like ‘imperative’ and ‘declarative’ are enough to fill even the most impolite of Canadians with a vague sense of discomfort. Fear no more! Ruby is the sort of language that addresses all these concerns, and adds a familiar, maple-syrupy feel to your code.
load "ruby-eh.rb" away from writing the correct and polite code you've always wanted. Here is a sample of what
ruby-eh.rb can do for you:
giver "maple syrup".please.reverse.eh?
def articles_aleatoires(matrice) matrice.echantillon(1 + rand(matrice.compte)) end
# ArgumentError: uncaught throw ArgumentError. Take off, hoser.
if ☆ == ☂ puts ☎ end
Spaces in function names
take off # >> If you don't mind, ♫ ♪ Coo loo coo coo, coo coo coo coo ♬ ♪ # => nil
There is not a single reference to hockey, curling, or meeses, which by most Canadian standards is unacceptable.