32+ funny Code Comments that people actually wrote

Nothing Serious Here. Read This Just For Fun!

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Mar 3 · 9 min read

Code Commenting! Some people say its ugly , Some says its standard and good practice to do.

Commenting is the “art” of describing what your program is going to do in “high level” English statements.

Well, This writing will show you how code commenting can be funny too. I have listed some funny code comments people encountered in production code.

TL;DR Noting serious here ! Read this just for fun !


















































































































// This is confusing, I KNOW, so let me explain it to you.





Checkout the actual Stack-overflow question for more like those above. You can add yours top in comments. I will add that in the original Writing later.

Thanks for reading.

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