Everyone knows the phrase "Rules are made to be broken!", so here is your task:
Write some code in any language that breaks a standard. This can be anything, from putting 240 volts down a USB cable, to pinging your router (NOT somebody else's website!) with a 10mb packet! (Don't get any ideas, both of these will probably cause all sorts of doom!)
The most upvoted answer after 10 days (i.e the most serious violation) will win!
- The code must be explained.
- The standard that you are breaking must be linked to, and you must explain what you are doing (implies 1) to break it. Otherwise answers will not be accepted.
- Answers that just crash the interpreter, or make it stop working will not be accepted. I would like some creative answers, not just pasting something like
𐒢into IDLE (which crashes it)
- Exploiting bugs are not allowed, unless they break a standard. Otherwise answers will not be accepted
Begin, and have fun!