I can guess at the Programming Language That Shall Not Be Named
, but that doesn't really matter.
After learning several other languages, and running into TIMTOWTDI, I realized that Pascal should be "TMBOWTDI" (aka "There Might Be One Way To Do It"). I suspect you're not talking about Pascal.
I liked Pascal, as a learning language, for it's explicit structure. In school, if a program compiled, you were nearly done. With Programming Language That Shall Not Be Named, a successful compile means almost nothing.
Quantum Mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of
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