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[-] TheGiantKorean@lemmy.world 124 points 10 months ago

Does it tell you to Google the problem and then downvote you?

[-] MagicShel@programming.dev 33 points 10 months ago

Hence recursion since Google just takes you back, which leads to stack overflow because there is no exit condition.

[-] TheGiantKorean@lemmy.world 8 points 10 months ago

Which would be especially messed up if your original question was about recursion.

[-] SkyeStarfall@lemmy.blahaj.zone 5 points 10 months ago

This bullshit happens too often lmao

"Googles problem, finds post"

"Why are you asking this use Google"

Gee, thanks

[-] AnonymousLlama@kbin.social 6 points 10 months ago

"to keep the quality of answers high, we may arbitrarily close questions, regardless of how many upvotes it gets and how helpful it is" - stackoverflow

[-] kiwiheretic@lemmy.ca 2 points 10 months ago

That sounds so StackOverflow

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