The Memory of X [EF#19]

Bismillaah…

Talking about the most memorable relationship, I believe that most of us would write about X. It is because X is the most sought-after thing in the world, all the time. In every equation, we are required to always be able to find the correct value of X. At some point, we need to find X to solve our problem. And occasionally, we have to discover the sequence of X = f(X1, X2, X3, … Xn) to find its final result. It is because X1 may has a relationship to X2, and we may know the information of X3 from X2, and it is not impossible that X4 has similar characteristic with X1, and so on until we find the real value of X.

Mostly, the memory of X will remain as a temporary variable. But the true pointer of X will remain deeply on our non-volatile memory. A persistent memory that is always there even though we tried to hide it. A permanent value which can be a walking zombie if we failed to completely deallocate its memory. An eternal memory of X.

Please stop telling me to find your X. I do not know where C is. And I do not know Y either!

Be careful of the existence of X. Once the T is too dense and bitter, an X will eventually come up to the surface along with the salty rain. Once you messed-up just because your V calculation is too tight and your companion becomes so freakingly sensitive, an X could be a dangerous potential escapement. And once a K timely involved the equation, C is the best X ever be.

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For the other perspective, plase replace the following letters with the associated meaning on the right side and you may read the writing above carefully, or just ignore it as you want. π
X = ex
C = she
Y = why
T = tea
V = fee
K = ?? who is K?

This post is a submission for BEC’s English Friday, theme: Relationship, 19th topic: The Memorable One. If you want to know more, please join us! π

35 thoughts on “The Memory of X [EF#19]”

1. I giggle reading this post and I do not know Y. I thought this is a story about algebra, but it turned to be a funny yet serious story about X :D.

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1. Ira says:

engga kok Mas Andik….seru ngebacanya π

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1. Bah! Lelaki sejati apane. Gak payu iyo… π
Eh lali kan lihat hp. Sik Mbah tak buka hape dhisik. Wingi bar kirim wa trus lali pegang hp lg. π

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2. Ah no wonder…. You are an IT guy, a field where everything more or less follows the same logic as math. π

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1. Yes Bro… the basic concept of computer science is derived from mathematics I believe… π

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3. I found so many X in my whole life. I could solve some of them. But that X want me to find another Y (?)

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1. In my opinion, it is because X always need a proof while Y is always about the reason. If there is a problem like, “Find X!”. Then we should find a way to proof the right value of X. And when we ask Y (?), here come more and more undefined problems. Hihihi…

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1. Luckily, if X is solved, I can use it to solve another. X is always useful :D.

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1. loh … kan Andik puitis .. sudah trade mark itu … βΊ

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4. cahyanidwy says:

Mbah, Y U always be so an T mainstream, great Mbah *sungkem*, anyway, I love math too and I know that the value of that X is 5, isn’t it Mbah Pitagoras

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1. Yes, it’s true… I do love math as well. That’s Y I can’t even lose it for the rest of my life. As I can’t truly escape from X. **lebay haha

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1. cahyanidwy says:

Ketahuan Mbah kena syndrom gagal move on haha

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2. move on kemana dulu nih, ke arah sumbu X atau Y? atau malah ke sumbu Z yang tak jelas arahnya, nostalgia bukan, move-on juga bukan… **malah dibahas terus haha

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