Love Anthem of a Programmer by carlafischer

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carlafischerAuthoress · System Programmer
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Choose what you prefer when you encounter , , and . The poem works in any direction. ;)

Love Anthem of a Programmer by carlafischer

IF ("I dream a dream") THEN "A lively dream" IS:

"A dream of a <woman | man>" { I say. }

<He | She>.Knows('of my.cry') & .Gives('a sweet smile')

WHILE .Taking('my.fears') FAR ^away;

THEN I.Will('plant rambling roses') WITH <Her | Him>

IN "The yard" ON "a thundery day."

AND I.Know('there will be') := "A spatter of rain."

AND I.('ll give <her | him> a kiss')

IF I may.

— Carla Fischer, “From My Pencil Case” www.carlafischer.de/en/

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You may comment in English. :D



carlafischerBronze CommaAuthoress · System Programmer
a year agoReply
@tango Ooooowww! Thank you so much!!! <3

tangoBronze Commalet's TANGO!!!
a year agoReply
whoaa this is really cool!

carlafischerBronze CommaAuthoress · System Programmer
a year agoReply
S T O R Y H e A v N i K--- S ---> <3 e d ---^

rchVerifiedFan of punctuation
a year agoReply
S P A C E S P A C E S P A C E S respected xD

carlafischerBronze CommaAuthoress · System Programmer
a year agoReply
@rch Yep, that's it!

rchVerifiedFan of punctuation
a year agoReply
@carlafischer Got it, I'll look at not trimming spaces (i.e. 4 spaces should show up as 4 spaces, not 1 space, if that's what you mean)

carlafischerBronze CommaAuthoress · System Programmer
a year agoReply
Many thanks @rch! :) (You are very welcome! No hassle at all, just a little working around a tiny oddity. Yes, now I need not mask < and > any longer. Fine, that saves 6 characters in the input field when the < ... > pattern is used. If you now could do a similar fixup for the space character so that indentation can be input without resorting to & n b s p; (<-- looks weird, but otherwise it's not displayed :D)---that would be ... superb! :))

rchVerifiedFan of punctuation
a year agoReply
Neat! (Also thanks for accidentally finding a bug on the site related to the "< ...>" tags, which has now been fixed :) And sorry for any hassle if you were having trouble getting your description/pages/comments up)

carlafischerBronze CommaAuthoress · System Programmer
a year agoReply
Hehehe---yes! Isn't that wonderful? :) -- -- The next one I'll write in assembly! :D

sarah5Bronze CommaToo cool for school
a year agoReply
OMG there are other nerds here too :D