Scripsit ille ?Martin Weber? <Ephaeton / gmx.net>:
> (Except if it measures "What to do when you're
> SO lost with language >x< websites:")
> 
> pos lang    problem                                      advice
> #1  Java    "Sorry this language is too dumb for me"     "then act like this"
> #2  C       "But it crashes!"                            "strcpy does NOT get space for you!"
> #3  C++     "But it crashes!"                            "handle references right then!"
> #4  Perl    %#{@$}!!!!                                   %#{@_->[0]}!!!!
> #5  VBA     da da ugh dee da da                          get a soother
> #6  HTML    "I can't program it!"                        *HTML* is no _programming language_!
> #7  PHP     "Where's my MySQL Module?"                   "Learn Linux Administration first!"
> #8  JScript "This won't work with browser X"             "Place a banner 'designed for browser Y'"
> #9  SQL     "But due to SQL XY I may ..."                "SQL XY isn't supported, use SQL XY-2 instead"
> #10 C#      da da ugh dee da da                          get a soother with "Java" written on it
> #11 XML     "I can't program it!"                        *XML* is no _programming language_!
  #12 bash    "My Script doesn't work on FreeBSD!"         "It's a *bash* script, not a *sh* script!"
  #13 vi      ma5j"udd`a"upP                               1GdG
  #14 Prolog  No.                                          bagof(Bug,findbug(Script,Bug),BugBag), (BugBag = []; fix(Script,BugBag)).
  #15 BrainF. >>>+++++[<<++<+++++++>>>-]+[+[>>+<+<-]>[<+>-]>-[[>>>>>+<<<<<<+>-]<[>+<-]<[>>>+<<+<-]>[<+>-]>>>-[+>>>[>>+<+<-]>[<+>-]>[<<<<<[>+>+<<-]>[<+>-]+>[<->[-]]<[-<+<[>-<[ >>+<<-]]>>[<<+>>-]]<<->>>>>>-]<<<<<<<<+>>>-]+<<<->>>>>>[<<<<+>>>>-]<<<-<<-<[-]+>>[<<->>[-]]<<[->[<<<+>>>-]<]>]<+<<[>>-<<[-]]>>[-<[>+<<<<.>>>-]>[<+>-]<<<.>>>]<],
                                                           +[]
  #FF Ruby    "But it hangs!"                              "Enable warnings and then you'll see that ++x is NOT supported in Ruby!"
> 
> ... etc ...
> 
> 
> seems to fit. I think it was better for Ruby if it did not appear on the
> listing _AT ALL_, it's a shame to be on there. I mean, check the neighbor-
> hood. Ugh. *shiver*

But it is. One has to be honest.