According to the -not finalized yet- US-UK trade agreement, chlorine-washed chicken is going to be imported from the US to the UK.
At first, people may avoid to consume it.
After some millions of "donations" to the media:
"Thank God, at least the chicken is so well washed!"
@dimitrisk I mean. Every language deals with integer overflows in a different way and they're all broken for different reasons. Truncation like this is pretty bad, wraparound (like C) is surprising in a different way, PHP's penchant for float promotion is a subtle surprise (the value is *almost* right). There's a handful that provide a BigInt implementation, but these then interact with APIs expecting ints in surprising ways.
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