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The Icon Bar: The Playpen: Programming songs
 
  Programming songs
  trevj (09:22 19/10/2011)
  Phlamethrower (13:31 19/10/2011)
    trevj (19:50 19/10/2011)
 
Trevor Johnson Message #119159, posted by trevj at 09:22, 19/10/2011
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These MediaWiki/programming songs may bring smiles to the faces of some of you (or perhaps not)!
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Jeffrey Lee Message #119162, posted by Phlamethrower at 13:31, 19/10/2011, in reply to message #119159
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Fun fact: PowerPC has an EIEIO instruction. I'm not sure how many songs you could write about assembler instruction mnemonics, though.
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Trevor Johnson Message #119167, posted by trevj at 19:50, 19/10/2011, in reply to message #119162
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Fun fact: PowerPC has an EIEIO instruction.
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I'm not sure how many songs you could write about assembler instruction mnemonics, though.
If TIB are no longer doing awards, perhaps a song competition or similar could be considered instead?
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