A DramaticIdentity.
Used for short quips to counter anti-nerd sentiments.

From DontRepeatYourself: Notice that the requirement does not specify an upper domain. So modified the test for random values > 0. This way Mr. Guru Coder doesn't get lazy and implement any complex if statement.*If statement nothing. A guard clause and a table lookup. -- MrGuruCoder*

In HighSchool, I played in "Reach for the Top" with some of my nerd buddies. The following (or something close) exchange took place for one math question:

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From DontRepeatYourself: Notice that the requirement does not specify an upper domain. So modified the test for random values > 0. This way Mr. Guru Coder doesn't get lazy and implement any complex if statement.

In HighSchool, I played in "Reach for the Top" with some of my nerd buddies. The following (or something close) exchange took place for one math question:

**Coach**: "Okay, what's [some long math formula involving an integral]?"**Me**(buzzing in, hoping I can figure it out in my head): "Umm... two fifths."**Coach**: "Incorrect."**My buddy**(buzzing in): "One sixth."**Coach**: "Correct."**Me**: "Oh, two fifths, one sixth... What's the difference?"**My buddy**(quick as lighting): "Seven thirtieths."

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