ChatGpt has recently became available in Ukraine. Of course our developers rushed to ask questions about the meaning of life, the universe, and everything.
In this article we'll be collecting the answers the neural network gave them. Illustrated by another neural network!
1. My child doesn't want to become a coder. How can I convince them?
1. Well, you could try offering your child a lifetime supply of pizza and ice cream for every line of PHP code they write...but that might not be the healthiest or most sustainable approach.
2. Maybe you can convince your child by telling them that PHP is the secret to becoming a superhero. After all, Batman's secret identity is Bruce PHP, right?
3. You could also try telling your child that PHP coding is the new hot trend, and all the cool kids are doing it. If that doesn't work, you can always show them some embarrassing pictures of you trying to be cool in your younger days.
4. If your child still isn't convinced, you could try convincing them that PHP coding is the key to world domination. After all, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, started out by coding in PHP.
5. Finally, if all else fails, you could always try bribing your child with a trip to a tropical island. Just make sure they don't find out that there's no internet access there!
2. I'm in love with a programmer. How can I win over his/her heart?
1. Instead of traditional flowers, give her a bouquet of USB drives filled with your favorite romantic movies and songs encoded in binary.
2. Write him a romantic code poem. Just make sure to comment it properly, so he knows exactly what your heart is saying.
3. Show up at her doorstep dressed as a keyboard. Trust me, she'll find your input irresistible!
4. Present her with a box of chocolates, but instead of traditional flavors, have each chocolate represent a programming language. Let her taste the sweetness of an elephant.
We are pretty sure this is not the last picture set. Ou colleagues have pretty many questions that keep them awake at night. So, stay tuned not to miss the next series!
3. I need a Halloween costume. ASAP.
1. How about dressing up as a "404 Error" page? You can walk around all night telling people, "I'm sorry, but the candy you're looking for cannot be found!"
2. "Spaghetti Code": Wrap yourself in a tangled mess of colorful strings, wires, and noodles to represent the chaos of badly organized code. Whenever someone asks, just mumble incoherently about your costume's "spaghetti logic.
3. "NoSQL Database" Costume: Dress as a gigantic, disorganized filing cabinet and tell people that you're the latest, hippest database technology – NoSQL
4. "Infinite Loop": Put on a costume with a giant "while (true)" loop sign around your neck and keep repeating your favorite Halloween catchphrase over and over, never stopping!
5. "Syntax Error": Dress in code-covered clothing and carry around a giant red "X" to put over your head whenever someone asks what you are. Don't forget to occasionally shout, "I can't figure out what's wrong with this costume!"
6. "Recursive Function" Costume: Wear a shirt with a message like "To understand recursion, you must first understand recursion.