More keywords that I keep mis-spelling. As my editors improve (Word auto-corrects, my Emacs clone has a spell mode) my typing is going downhill. But compilers are as picky as ever, so my recommendations to the standards committee are –
beak. Kind of like break. Maybe it just pecks at it and thinks about it, maybe it just does a couple of lines.
retrun. Think of “The Shining” and pronounce this keyword with a kind of gravelly, throaty growl (“Redrum, Redrum”). Retrun means we’re returning a value, but we don’t necessarily feel that good about it, and maybe something bad is going to happen that’s beyond our control.
nit. A smaller int than usual.
singed. What happens to a value after its sign bit catches fire and halts.
unsinged. A variable that hasn’t been thrashed to heck yet.
flout. My number is bigger than your number.
fore. If I liked golf [I do, but I can’t abide golfers], this is probably where I’d rather be on bad days.
wsitch. Someplace in Britain where it rains just as much as it does here.
dooble. Oh, just do what I mean with this declaration; make it a number or something.
(Right, you can add these with #define in C / C++. I keep wanting to keel-haul people who add their own keywords to the language this way . . . and C++ has enough barnacles on the bottom that it’s really not a nice trip).