# You, spare time and SyntaxError

Discussion in 'Python' started by cokofreedom@gmail.com, Jul 9, 2008.

1. ### Guest

def ine(you):
yourself = "what?"
go = list("something"), list("anything")
be = "something"
please = be, yourself
yourself = "great"
for good in yourself:
if you is good:
good in you
else:
def inition(lacks, clarity):
if clarity not in you:
for bad in yourself:
try:
(to, escape, your, fate, but)
except (Exception), son:
if bad in (you, son):
(you is bad, son), so
finally:
if bad in you:
lie, cheat, steal, be, bad
else:
print you, "is", yourself
you is good and yourself is not bad

ine("Everyone")

, Jul 9, 2008

2. ### Guest

On 9 juil, 16:56, wrote:
> def ine(you):
> yourself = "what?"
> go = list("something"), list("anything")
> be = "something"
> please = be, yourself
> yourself = "great"
> for good in yourself:
> if you is good:
> good in you
> else:
> def inition(lacks, clarity):
> if clarity not in you:
> please.remove(everything and go)
> for bad in yourself:
> list(bad) if bad else (ignore, yourself)
> try:
> (to, escape, your, fate, but)
> except (Exception), son:
> if bad in (you, son):
> (you is bad, son), so
> finally:
> if bad in you:
> lie, cheat, steal, be, bad
> else:
> print you, "is", yourself
> you is good and yourself is not bad
>
> ine("Everyone")

just... great !-)

, Jul 9, 2008

3. ### Guest

>
> just... great !-)
>

Thanks

, Jul 10, 2008
4. ### Guest

On 10 juil, 08:53, wrote:
> > just... great !-)

>
> Thanks

Nope, really, I mean it. To me, there's a clear relation between code,
mathematics and poetry. I've been wanting to write some "code poems"
for a long time now but never managed to get enough time and
inspiration. While there are a couple potential errors in some path of
your code, it's still both (almost) working code and an IMHO nice poem
(ok, it's not Rimbaud or Villon or Appolinaire - pardon my french -
but it's still more than honest poetry).

, Jul 10, 2008