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NAME stroustrup - add unnecessary complexity to language
SYNOPSIS volatile char *stroustrup(const char *)
DESCRIPTION stroustrup applies the classic European transformation on succint grammars. The output string removes all useful predictability of execution input string. Liberal embell- ishments applied include anthropomorphic suggestions like 'friend'. Also, the more sexually malformed Freudian conno- tations like 'private' parts, and pubic, nay, public parts are featured.
Classically readable grammars may be totally replaced through the creative use of overloading. Features like rede- fining '+' to be '-' result in positive enjoyment from the output, and serve to increase low life programmer time in the search for meaning.
Useful overall to mask programming simplicity, thereby pro- viding the unsuspecting manager type with an image of extreme complexity, resulting in perceived value added status for the programmer. Most often confused with the mathematics library function 'rand'.
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