I couldn't help but follow up with another unValentine card. The novel part about this card is that it can apply to anyone on Valentine's Day -- single, dating, married, whatever. It's written in Python, thanks to some help from Chris Slowe who made it not look like some crappy Pascal that never would have compiled.The Python Valentine is perfect for any and all geeks in your life, except for Java programmers. Oh, and half the profits of all unHoliday Cards still go to fight pediatric cancer -- bonus feel-good feeling!Paul Graham is still giving us hell for not writing it in Lisp.
#!/usr/bin/env pythonfrom relationships import *from alcohol import shot, beerdef valentines_day(self): if self.dating: if self.money == 0: self.dating = False elif self.num_prev_dates == 0: self.money -= dinner() self.money -= pointless_gift() else: self.money -= dinner()/sqrt(self.num_prev_dates) if randInt(self.num_prev_dates): self.money -= pointless_gift()/self.num_prev_dates elif self.married: if self.years_married < 5: self.money -= dinner()/(self.years_married ** 2) else: pass else: while self.blood_alcohol < .08: self.blood_alcohol += beer() while self.blood_alcohol < .22: self.blood_alcohol += shot() sleep(86400)