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Else If

//Else If

#include < iostream.h >
int main (void)				          //like you, really


     cout << “As if you still make sense” << endl;

     float you = .0000001; 			  //like this bit here
                                                          //or whatever fits. Nicely.

     double fcuk = 0.0;	             	          //assigning value is of good practice
     cout << “Please enter the fcuks you give: “;
     cin >> you;				          //so as not to give too much fcuk

     fcuk = you;

     cout << “fcuks given: “ << you<< endl;

					                  //or thoughts to it
					                  //or whatever fits.

     while (i_do_not_really_care)

     if (you > 1)			                  //try to sound nice

cout << “it will just echo of “ << **** << “numbers of you“ << endl;
cout << “nothing odd, nothing“ << endl;

     else if (you == 0)			          //stay put and shut up
   	cout << “I will really prefer this,“ << endl;
cout << “this non-existence of yours, ours“ << endl;

     else if (you < 1)			          //ideally,

cout << “just walk away.“ << endl;
   	cout << “...” << endl;
   	cout << “...” << endl;

cout << “please, I beg of it” << endl;
	cout << “of this. << endl;

}					                  /*
                                                          i_do_not_really_care, really, 
                                                          otherwise this will make 
                                                          sense of things mundane, of
                                                          you, of us. Why not just end 
                                                          this, and by all this, never
return 0;

}						          //?

March 7, 2013

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