# t2/humour/ways_to_do_it.html

-<title>Ways to do it According to the Programming Languages of the World

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-<h1>Ways to do it According to the Programming Languages of the World</h1>

-<b>Perl</b> - There's more than one way to do it.

-<b>C++</b> - There are 5 ways to do it, 3 out of which are not supposed to work.

-<b>Visual Basic</b> - The only way to do it is to use a third party component.

-<b>ANSI C</b> - There is usually one way to do it, but there's more than one way to

-<b>Java</b> - There's barely one way to do it. (But as opposed to C++ it is

-<b>Python</b> - There's only one way to do it. The one true way of doing it.

-And then there are others.

-<b>COBOL</b> - The only way to do it is to use something else.

-<b>Common LISP</b> - There is a infinite series of ways to do it, increasing in

-elegance, and decreasing in legibility.

-<b>Scheme</b> - There are several ways to do it, but you have to chart all of

-<b>Haskell</b> - You can think of any number of ways to do it, but only one

-will have a reasonable time or space complexity.

-<b>HTML</b> - There are many ways to do it. Most of them should be avoided at all

-costs, and the other ones should better be generated with something else.

-<b>The C Preprocessor</b> - There's not supposed to be a way to do it.

-<b>Bash</b> - There are several ways to do it. Now one has to find a way to decide

-<b>C Shell</b> - The only way to do it does not work.

-<b>zsh</b> - There's at least one way to do anything.

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+<b>Perl</b> - There's more than one way to do it.

+<b>C++</b> - There are 5 ways to do it, 3 out of which are not supposed to work.

+<b>Visual Basic</b> - The only way to do it is to use a third party component.

+<b>ANSI C</b> - There is usually one way to do it, but there's more than one way to

+<b>Java</b> - There's barely one way to do it. (But as opposed to C++ it is

+<b>Python</b> - There's only one way to do it. The one true way of doing it.

+And then there are others.

+<b>COBOL</b> - The only way to do it is to use something else.

+<b>Common LISP</b> - There is a infinite series of ways to do it, increasing in

+elegance, and decreasing in legibility.

+<b>Scheme</b> - There are several ways to do it, but you have to chart all of

+<b>Haskell</b> - You can think of any number of ways to do it, but only one

+will have a reasonable time or space complexity.

+<b>HTML</b> - There are many ways to do it. Most of them should be avoided at all

+costs, and the other ones should better be generated with something else.

+<b>The C Preprocessor</b> - There's not supposed to be a way to do it.

+<b>Bash</b> - There are several ways to do it. Now one has to find a way to decide

+<b>C Shell</b> - The only way to do it does not work.

+<b>zsh</b> - There's at least one way to do anything.