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It should be noted that no matter what value is passed into the procedure, you will always get 10 "words" (language to be determined) from this procedure.
Still, it's fun to mash my F5 to keep executing this and seeing if it gets close to any words, phrases or names that I recognize.
sorry, forgot to change it to a parameter...
No problem and no offense meant. As noted, it's an entertaining little item and it was nice to look for the "Gotcha" in the script.
none taken, thanks
The next step is to peek up a word (more than three or four letters of course) and Google it:-D
I tried with this one - Kimatos :w00t:
Kimatos, hmm...why do I feel like I don't want to do that...
Hey. With the Maine Coon reference in there you get some great pictures of tail.:w00t: That'll get your Labor Day week end started. 😉
my favorite so far are: Fukeh, brothers Isefedamot and Ygogigenot, definetely the Toxo dude.
I created a C# application several years ago that scraped a famous quotes site. It then displayed a randomly selected, randomly ordered, random length list of words (without regard to parts of speech). When run through babelfish en->fr->de->es->en it was surprising how profound the results were occasionally. Sort of the room full of monkeys concept.
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Makes sense, languages weren't invented based on some rules, rules were added later
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