Variable Jokes

35 variable jokes and hilarious variable puns to laugh out loud. Read jokes about variable that are clean and suitable for kids and friends.

This article explores the concept of variable jokes in computer programming. It discusses how changing their values can create surprise and humor, and explains why this type of joke works best when the variable is an independent variable, undefined struct, or bool.

Funniest Variable Short Jokes

Short variable jokes and puns are one of the best ways to have fun with word play in English. The variable humour may include short uniform jokes also.

  1. Two random variables were talking in a bar They thought they were being discrete but I heard them continuously.
  2. I made a program to generate puns, but I stored them in the wrong type of variable No pun int. Ended
  3. A programmer made a Virtual Titanic. It worked flawlessly until he made his last variable:
    float = none
  4. What is a drummer's favorite variable when making a Least Squares Regression Line (LSRL)? The y-hat.
  5. 'I Love You' is a mathematical function 'I Love You' is a mathematical function where,
    'I Love' - is constant and ;
    'You' - is a variable..
  6. Two smart jokes What does a scientist call it when they're A/B testing and they find a third variable?
    An emergent C
    What element do British people like early in the morning?
  7. My friend asked me to help him solve and integral with multiple X variables. I told him it sounds like a U problem
  8. My friend asked what to do when the variable and number are next to each other in algebra. I responded "They multiply"
  9. I came up with a really dumb math joke. So a variable walks up to an exponent and says, "Hey, can you help me find my value?"
    The exponent responds, "Parabobly."
  10. I was dating an analog synthesizer But I had to break it off. She was just continuously variable.

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Variable One Liners

Which variable one liners are funny enough to crack down and make fun with variable? I can suggest the ones about values and verb.

  1. I collect binary variables Someday I'll be a booleanaire
  2. How do you introvert a variable? You get it by itself.
  3. What do you call a clingy, moody scientist? A dependent variable
  4. What did the programmer say to the variable? Well, I do declare.
  5. What is your favourite variable? I'm not sure, It's always changing.
  6. Professor: What is an independent variable? Student: A variable who don't need no man
  7. What do you call a group of variables that go to the gym ? A training set.
  8. what do you call a number that can not stay still? A variable
  9. Welcome to the Tornado Zone Population: Variable
  10. What's the best naming prefix for a global variable? //
  11. Why is the "n" variable used so many times in alegebriac equations? You guessed it right.
  12. How do you describe a mathematician's day-to-day work? Variable
  13. I'm so single, the variables I declare are double.
  14. X is An Independent Variable That don't need no Y.

Variable joke, X is An Independent Variable

Silly Variable Jokes for a Good Time with Friends

What funny jokes about variable you can tell and make people laugh? An example I can give is a clean changer jokes that will for sure put a smile on everyones mouth and help you make variable pranks.

Chuck Norris's password is the last 9 digits of pi.

Chuck Norris can divide by 0.
Chuck Norris counted to infinity twice
Chuck Norris can cross a vector with a scalar
Chuck Norris is so tough he can draw a circle with exactly 100 degrees.
Chuck Norris is so badass he can find value of a variable in an expansion without factoring the coefficient within the expansion.
Chuck Norris is so tough he can draw an isosceles triangle with four perfectly identical vertices
Chuck Norris is so tough he can simplify an improper fraction without first dividing the denominator and using it to multiple the numerator.

The difference between a crow and a raven.

A biologist was asked to finally determine whether crows and ravens are really two different birds. This has been a matter of some conjecture for quite some time. Given only a cursory glance, these birds appear to be one and the same. The biologist spent considerable time watching the birds in their habitat and logging hours of observations. Their beaks were the same, their feet and their bodies showed no variable difference. But, at last, a breakthrough. The long feathers at the tip of a birds wings, the pinion feathers, provided the conclusion that ravens and crows differ. A raven has four pinion feathers and a crow has five pinion feathers. So........................... The difference between ravens and crows is a matter of a pinion.

A physicist, an engineer, and a statistician go hunting...

The three see a buck a little distance away.
The physicist makes a quick, back-of-the-envelope calculation, assuming an ideal bullet and neglecting wind resistance, and then fires. The bullet lands 10 meters in front of the buck.
The engineer has been doing his own calculations, adding in wind resistance and adding a fudge factor to include wind variations, Coriolis forces, and other, unknown variables. He fires, and the round lands 10 meters behind the buck.
The statistician jumps up and yells, "We got him!"

What's the difference between r**... newlyweds and two variables in a dataset?

The variables aren't necessarily related.

I want to write a book called "Variably o**... Man"

So people ask me how's "Variably o**... Man" coming?

A man flirts with a mathematician

"Imagine you are a variable and your clothes are constants, and then you derive."
"Well, I would be n**... but I would also have fewer curves."

Variable joke, My friend asked what to do when the variable and number are next to each other in algebra.