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Error Message of the Day

by Paul Strauss
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My previous all-time favorite error message was “Transaction Cannot Start in Firehose Mode,” but I think I have a new one to top the list. Apparently this error occurs when there isn’t anything wrong.

No Error Occurred

The head-scratcher of an error message simply reads “Error: No error occurred.” This gets me wondering why this message doesn’t appear every time an error doesn’t occur. Heck, it should be the norm in all applications. Then, the absence of an error message would mean that something really went wrong. Seems like a good idea to me. Maybe it could be part of the Web 3.0 standard.

It’s all part of my evil plan to make millions selling pop-up blocking software to prevent these buggers. Whoops, did I say that out loud?

[via TechEBlog]



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