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I can see it now!
A new country song entitled "Got It Right" (sung to the tune of "Mr. Right" by Garth Brooks).

And it'll go something like this:

I can tell by the way you've been voting nodes down Not your ordinary code is gonna do You've been waitin' for that one That can spin your head around Well now honey, I've got that special code for you There must be a million lines of code in my programs So you must find the one that's right for you somehow Well, it's up to you, they're here for years Or 'till the last backup disappears I've got it right and I've got it right now

Okay, okay! I'll say it! I need professional help!

updated many moons later: fixed a typo.


In reply to (Humor) Got It Right (and Got It Right Now!) by Mr. Muskrat
in thread Frustrations with newbie questions by hieronymus

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