Shortest and most effective code ever written

most effective code

I know this is kind of funny but I bet every guy who have heard a word about programming language must have gone through this code.

Whatever lprogramming language you go through, any book you read, the very first program you find is this one:

#include <stdio.h>
int main ()
    printf("Hello world!n");

That’s one line, and it’s started a million coders on the path to programming.  That’s pretty effective.

This code was effective without ever being executed. Not because it actually caused transistors to change state, but because it caused neurons to fire.

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