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How to Save the Princess in 8 Programming Languages [Comic]

In this comic, the folks from Toggl take a look at how they could rescue a princess with code, even though sometimes your code just does not work and the princess is a dragon and you’re a fish. This comic was developed by the Toggl Goon Squad. When not horsing around and making fun of […] The post How to Save the Princess in 8 Programming Languages [Comic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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