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This perplex humor, almost completely aligning with my own flavor of it, made me giggle.

You shouldn't trust computers most of the time, so or so, all along.

When I was post-doc, I specifically developed an assignment in python,

that put students using "standard"-python in a lot of jeopardy in their oral exams,

which they were required to pass this oral exam.

I only was a research assistant at this time of my life, but basically I could crash any student-designed program.

By using standard properties of primes (and "secrets" of Abelian algebra...).

Two people passed when doing this exam with me alone in 2009:

Both were using haskell. GHC.

Both are my friends, till today.

[–]HermanA012 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

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