Given the following bash program:
sleep 120 exit echo "nothing"
What movie quote is this referencing?
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Wait a minute, wait a minute - you ain't heard nothin' yet... From The Jazz Singer (1927)
sleep 120 - waiting a minute twice, then it's exiting the program before 'nothing' is outputted
I believe it's
"If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all" from Bambi
Sleep 120 gives you time to think of something nice to say. AS you couldn't, you don't say nothing, because the script has exited before you can say nothing
It is referencing to
Alfred Hitchcock - The Birds
It lasts 120 minutes and has no ending credits
But I might be missing something since I can only figure out a movie title, not really a quote from this movie.
exit? :) $\endgroup$