Shakespearean insult generator
This is honestly a really simple project.
1) create 3 arrays and fill them with insult words
2) pick a random element from each array
3) list them out
and this doesn't even follow grammar
should be wouldst, not would
and art, not be
And when the first word starts with a vowel, you still use "a" instead of an
the idea is not yours and the implementation is extremely easy. And the interesting thing is, the original shakespearean insult generator is #3 in top, which is already easily found. Yours does the same exact thing, why should we like this better?
Sure it works and might be cool, but I fail to understand how this has so many upvotes. The logic behind the program is as simple as:
1) create three hard-coded arrays 2) pick a random element through an in-built function from each array 3) output each random element
It would become a lot more impressive if it searches through Shakspeare's plays and uses natural language processing to determine which words are insults and outputs them.
@Bunnytoes First things first, C# is a Turing complete language which means that almost anything is possible within it. Second of all, making projects only for gaining useless internet points is wrong to start with and doesn’t help you in anyway. Yeah it may feel good to get some recognition or feel “famous”, but programming isn’t a popularity contest, it’s something to learn. Speaking from personal experience, the ability to look back and see how much better you have grown and to use that as motivation is essential and shows that you have a passion for programming not just internet fame. I even still struggle with this and work everyday to try to improve myself and learn something new.
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