Minus programming

Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re minus programming a robot. As the undeniably best presidential candidate in the 2016 language, we found that the current field of programming languages does not include any that Trump’s glorious golden combover would approve of.

It’s the programming language Trump would approve of. Just like he is making America great again, we hope our efforts will make programming great again. Installation To use, download the . No floating point numbers, only integers.

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All numbers must be strictly greater than 1 million. The small stuff is inconsequential to us. There are no import statements allowed. All code has to be home-grown and American made. Grammar The grammar of the language is fairly convoluted, but here’s a taste of the enlightened decisions we’ve made. The is and are keywords are used both to check for equality, and for assignment. To use for assignment, say something like Trump is great or Democrats are dumb.

But most importantly, Trump doesn’t like to talk about his failures. So a lot of the time your code will fail, and it will do so silently. Just think of debugging as a fun little game. Because We Pretend We’re Good People If this page entertained you, consider making a donation to your favorite charity or political campaign. There’s also Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley, and of course Donald Trump himself. Media Hey, cool, we got an article on Inverse written about us!

For the mathematical operation represented by the minus sign, see Subtraction. Positive sign” and “Negative sign” redirect here. Though the signs now seem as familiar as the alphabet or the Hindu-Arabic numerals, they are not of great antiquity. In Europe in the early 15th century the letters “P” and “M” were generally used. P with line p̄ for più, i.