A bit hairy When someone calls something( let it be a pease of a programming code) “a bit hairy”, what does it mean? Is it something bad?:)
Nov 14, 2019 8:50 AM
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'Hairy' is used informally to mean difficult, dangerous or frightening. For example, a fast descent down a steep winding mountain road might be referred to as 'a bit hairy'. If someone used it to describe a piece of programming code, I'd presume it meant problematic in some way. Difficult to use or full of bugs, perhaps.
November 14, 2019
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