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    "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possible!

    French: Poisson d'avril!
    Ruby: puts "April's Fool!"
    Python: print "April's Fool!"
    O'Caml: print_endline "April's Fool!"
    Forth: ." April's Fool!" CR BYE

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    Re: "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possib

    Danish: Aprils nar
    l33t: 4pri|z f00 !
    c++ : std::cout << "April's fool"

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    Re: "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possib

    Java: out.println("April's Fool"
    JavaScript: document.writeln("April's Fool"

    Hungarian: Április bolondja

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    Scheme: (cons 'April '(Fools!))
    Prolog: AprilFools(Date) :- GetMonth(Date,MM),MM==april,GetDay(Date,DD),DD==1. /* I am not that good at Prolog, so if anyone sees anything wrong with this, please fix it. */
    Linux Kernel Module:
    Code:
    #include <linux/kernel.h>
    #include <linux/module.h>
    
    #if CONFIG_MODVERSIONS==1
    #define MODVERSIONS
    #include <linux/modversions.h>
    #endif * * * *
    
    
    
    /* Initialize the module */
    int init_module()
    {
     *printk("Happy April Fools!\n");
     *return 0;
    }
    
    
    /* Cleanup - undid whatever init_module did */
    void cleanup_module()
    {
     *printk("Short is the life of a kernel module\n");
    }
    Brainfuck:
    >+++++++++++++[->+++++<]>.
    [->++<]>>+++[-<------>]<.+
    +.---------.+++.>++++[->++++++++<]>.[->++<]>++++++.>
    ++++++++++[-<++++>]<+..---
    .+++++++.>+++++++++++[->+++<]>.>++++++++++.

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    Re: "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possib

    is'nt it April Fool's ???

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    is'nt it April Fool's ???
    That's what youuuuuuuuu think...

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    Re: "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possib

    Here is the best I can do since GnuVince did Python
    English: April Fools!

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    Re: "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possib

    In C;

    if (date==april-01)
    printf ("\nApril Fool's day!\n"
    else
    printf("\nNormal Day!\n"
    return 0;


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    French: Poisson d'avril!
    So that's what that means! It's a Groovy Aardvark song. I always thought it meant April's fish. (For those who don't know French, poisson does mean fish.)

    Code:
    .data
    string db 'April fools!', 010h
    
    .code
    __start:
    push 0Dh ; length of string
    push string ; address of string
    push 01h ; file descriptor for stdout
    mov eax,04h ; sys_write
    call kernel
    
    push 0
    mov eax,01h ; exit
    call kernel
    
    kernel:
    int 080h
    ret
    That's designed for FreeBSD by the way, not Linux.

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    Re: "April's Fool!" in as many languages as possib

    Quebecker :
    Hey Ginette, c'est quel jour aujourd'hui? Quoi? De quoi tu parles esti? Poésson d'Avri? C't'aujourd'hui ca? Han? Ah ben ciboire...

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