About The Contest

The first ever Olympiad of Misguided Geeks contest at Worse Than Failure (or OMGWTF for short) is a new kind of programming contest. Readers are invited to be creative with devising a calculator with the craziest code they can write. One lucky and potentially insane winner will get either a brand new MacBook Pro or comparable Sony VAIO laptop.



Entry #100142: The Inconceivable Calculator

by hoomegrown
This calculator implements many neglected routines which need to be considered when working with floating point numbers. All other calculator code flippantly assumes the inputs and numbers are safe to work with whereas The Inconceivable Calculator implements in-depth analysis of the floating points before making any rash statements.
Further, The Inconceivable Calculator also uses philosophical reasoning and reverse-logic proof to validate the mathematical validity of all its expressions thereby ensuring that any result obtained is not inconceivable. Also, by employing the mathematically sound critical analysis techniques, the Inconceivable Calculator delivers mathematically accurate results using axioms discovered by many of the greatest mathematicians ever. The Inconceivable Calculator, in short, revolutionizes the way floating points are handled and continues to pioneer the future of arithmetic. A must-have for all mathematicians serious about the existential meaning of 1+1. The Inconceivable Calculator therefore provides you, the master of mathematics, results that are both scientifically and existentially sound using top-quality engineering principles, implemented in one of the world's fastest languages. In fact, we at The Inconceivable Calculator are so sure of our product, that we offer a double-your-money back guarantee on any purchase if you even think that you once thought that you had obtained a result using the Inconceivable Calculator that is not both nor neither or any of which are not mathematically nor not philosophically or not even slightly existentially incomprehensible after having input a calculation with which the product has not been designed to not calculate. Not all calculus and integration techniques are not excluded.

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