Abusing linguistic helper functions for fun.
You created a very funny-looking function pointer.
Playing around with compile-time errors.
And if it isn't, bad things happen.
Even though it doesn't tick. Do bombs even tick?
Asking for a repeat, but in a different speech synthesizer.
The elixir of forgetfulness.
Getting ahead of the standard, which went a different way.
Look for an apparently-useless switch.
Filling in some gaps in the previous discussion.
Who controls the command line?
Synthesize it in a branch via a rename.
Anticipating the octopus.
More commit-tree tricks.
The octopus delivers.
It's really tall, for one.
Because it's Java.
Following the rules for currency codes leads to a collision with popular macro.
Because standard C++ exception handling didn't exist yet.
An unsuccessful play for a site visit.