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I have no idea what Im doing with my life at this point

why do i exist.

anyway robots write love letters in binary probably so enjoy

Edit- binary is actually really complex and idk how to write in it at all this is purely just for laughs even though it's not even that funny
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:iconplayer-056:
Player-056 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Funny for humans

Unfunny for most robots
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2016  Student Writer
can't please em all ;)
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SuperSayian5Naruto Featured By Owner May 19, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Creative.
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2016  Student Writer
lol thank you!
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SuperSayian5Naruto Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome c:
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CarbonConstruct Featured By Owner Edited Mar 15, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Ah sweet ASCII, what could be more poetic.

For a little background, in computer programs words (or "strings") are stored as a series characters (like 'a' or '?') in memory. Each character occupies a single byte of space, or 8 bits, hence each character resulting in eight numbers. A single byte can hold the any value from 0 to 255, and these numbers in turn represent a character. (To see each character and it's decimal equivalent, see here: www.asciitable.com/ )

Computers keep track of strings by remembering the memory address of the first character (think of a computer's memory like a post office, with several boxes that can each store a byte of memory and can be addressed by a special number). Your computer only knows where it can find that first character, and knows that the rest of the characters should be at adjacent memory addresses (or post office boxes), but it doesn't know how many characters come after the first one.

Computers solve this problem by placing a null byte (AKA "null character") at the end of the string. This is simply "00000000" (also written as '\0') and it allows the computer to know when to stop reading characters.

So, if you wanted to ramp up the geekyness, you could  put a null byte (00000000) at the very end so any poor robot trying to read the poem wouldn't stumble into adjacent memory and segfault.
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littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
THIS WAS ACTUALLY VERY INFORMATIVE AND ENLIGHTENING

:lmao:

That's a good idea, I think I'll add the null byte at the end. :)
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CarbonConstruct Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Yay computer science!
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ArlyssStewart Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2016
Wouldn't life be so different if love was binary
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
that's actually a really good question. in essence it would be the same feeling, only conveyed through a different language 
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Partner-in-crime Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Brilliant!
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
thanks! :)
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TheDubstepAddict Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So romantic <3
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
ROBOT LOVE :heart:
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TheDubstepAddict Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
awww
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fadedworlds Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2016  Student Writer
I'm laughing so hard. 
for those who want to know what it says: 
"I love you, my darling, my dear sweet metallic lady robot."
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
:lmao: you've cracked the code!
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:iconfadedworlds:
fadedworlds Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
so it would seem. ;D
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:iconpartner-in-crime:
Partner-in-crime Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for the translation! Even better now I know what it says!
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StoriesbyDaveyWIlson Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2016  Professional Writer
I can't read it. But this is really funny!
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
Lol thank you! (it says "I love you, my darling, my dear sweet metallic lady robot.")
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Epixelle Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
nice bruh
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littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
thanks bruh
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VegetableNecromancy Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
what does it say?
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:iconlittleblueraccoon:
littleblueraccoon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Student Writer
"I love you, my darling, my dear sweet metallic lady robot."

C:
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VegetableNecromancy Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's cool!
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LaniMarks Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2016  Student General Artist
"I love you, my darling, my dear sweet metallic lady robot"
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:iconvegetablenecromancy:
VegetableNecromancy Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh cool!
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