This is a clear violation of Microsoft's own documentation guidelines, which demand that all humor in documentation should be avoided! What will the world come to next...
I'm currently investigating multibyte character stuff (doing japanese versions!) and my investigations led me to this page:
Somewhere in the middle is a block of code sample, with 'action', how to do it in C, and how to do it using CString. All well and good.
However, the last 'sample' has is rather interesting (worrying?):
Enjoy writing this kind of code
Using C code:
// not likely
// not here either
I, personally, can't stand humor in documentation. It doesn't have to be a dry read, but at the same time I don't want the author cracking jokes and lacing every second sentence with emoticons (some articles on Flipcode drive me crazy with that stuff).
I don't get it. Where's the humorous part?
maybe that's why it slipped through....
Apparently the topic is so hated, even the editor didn't read that far. Good for you for being so studious James!
a prisoner of the cause