Programmers will understand...
For any one who is not a programmar, err... programor... programer... PERSON WHO WRITES CODE!!! ... that's better. This is referencing what the decimal value of a signed 16-bit integer changes to when that integer "rolls over."
What are you doing here, go back to the last gif.
@a silly punny rabbit, I'm here because I'm currently in school and don't want to risk someone else finding me looking at that. I'll go back later...
@a silly punny rabbit, if you insist.
@a silly punny rabbit, for those in the random section in the future, pic id:207355
@a silly punny rabbit, I'm a chick who isn't into other chicks
@IceCream Pancakes, you are a saint
@The Description Says, all hail two's complement
Should've declared numSheep as a long instead of an int...
@atreides, actually it's a short. But yes! (Yay people understand this joke!)
@atreides, or double. Or long long in c.
I was camping recently and found myself counting sheep for real. In my tent I could hear baaas from several locations. I used this to find out how many there probanly was. I wondered if this was where sheep counting thing originated from.
At least we know he's not Welsh
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