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Please help me with this, I'm not sure what tags to use. It also has a somewhat programming background.

Question: Why did the function not run in the marathon?

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Because the function was not called (upon).

OR

Because the function had already been executed.

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  • $\begingroup$ What?! This is the answer! I thought it was unfindable! "Called" in my language is a synonym to "invited", and thus the pun. $\endgroup$ – George Menoutis Oct 17 '18 at 11:35
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Another (amusing) answer

Because there was a run time error

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I can't quite think of a reason. Any good function should run in the marathon because

it is supposed to save time in the long run.

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  • $\begingroup$ This...is awesome. Probably better than the answer. Not the answer though. $\endgroup$ – George Menoutis Oct 17 '18 at 11:24
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Because:

The marathon has a start and finish but the function was running an endless loop.

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... because he was not in-line !!!!

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.... because he was written in the agile-SPRINT !!!!

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