Google Scribe

Scribe will einem beim Schreiben helfen, indem es zehn passende Wörter vorschlägt. Die Ergebnisse sind interessant, wenn man nur ein Wort vorgibt und sich Scribe den Rest ausdenken lässt:

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sex (keine Vorschläge)

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Mit dem _ Gem kann man Programme schreiben, die nur aus Unterstrichen bestehen. Das ganze ist valider Rubycode.

require "_"  
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=> "Hello, world!"

WTF. Der Code des Gems ist ganze 23 Zeilen lang und ich hab mit meinen mageren Ruby-Kenntnissen eine Weile gebraucht, um zu verstehen, was da passiert. Hier eine kleine Analyse:

· ruby, tutorial, whoa, wtf ·