September 21, 2009
The dude on the left in 2 created X and 1 “wrote” something for him while describing his creation. Later, the dude to the right in 2 created Y, and 1 “wrote” the same thing for him in a different way. What 1 “wrote” has since become EPIC and everyone make it a ritual to write what 1 wrote using whatever they create. What did 1 “write” ?
P.S: Since you are reading bb, chances are very high that you have written it too!
Cracked by: udupendra , Chinmaya U.Holla , joe , emrohit , sidsen , shrik , krudebox , Dibyo , Debasish , Anirudh , raklodramA , srikar , achyuth , Kaiser Soze , AmK , Rogi , Keerthi Kiran M , Ananth , Gurupad , akhi , Nakul , Logik , varuns88 , Gagan , Raghuvansh , byslexia , shenoyvarun86 and scipio
The first “Hello, World!” program was written by Brian Kernighan in B (the programming language). Then he wrote it in C, which was published in the book by Ritchie , making it very famous.